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Wii-style PC Controllers

X-bit labs has word on Asustek's plans to introduce PC controllers that seem to be inspired by the motion-sensitive Wii Wiimote and Nunchuck controllers (thanks Mike Martinez). They have photos of the device, called an Eee Stick, but acknowledge that at this point it's not clear if this is intended as an exclusive for Eee PCs or as a standalone peripheral.

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2. Re: No subject Jun 26, 2008, 02:37 Shadowcat
 
it's not clear if this is intended as an exclusive for Eee PCs
I do hope so, because what one really wants to do when dealing with a teeny tiny little screen is get up and stand several feet away from it in order that you have room to wave your hands at it.

 
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