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Mad Catz Releases Wireless MicroCON Controllers

by Jon Lindemann - December 25, 2004, 1:51 pm PST
Total comments: 1 Source: Press Release

Hey, have you heard about this new 'wireless' thing? All the cool kids are doing it.

Mad Catz Launches New Line of MicroCON Wireless Controllers in Time

for the Holidays!

The Ultimate Stocking Stuffer Spotted on Retail Shelves

SAN DIEGO--Dec. 23, 2004--Mad Catz Interactive, Inc. (AMEX/TSX:

MCZ), the world's leading third party video game accessory

manufacturer, announced the launch of wireless versions of its highly

successful MicroCON line of "micro" sized controllers for Xbox®,

Playstation®2 and Gamecube video game systems. The controllers

are available nationwide for an estimated retail price of $24.99.

"Wireless controllers have been a high growth accessory category

this holiday season," said Darren Richardson, President and CEO of Mad

Catz. "The launch of the Microcon wireless line provides an additional

opportunity to capitalize on that growth."

A natural extension of the Microcon line, the Wireless Microcon

Controller sports all of the quality features game players have come

to expect from the pint-sized controller, including the slim,

ergonomic design, comfortable rubber grips, and high-quality analog

buttons and joystick. With a 30 foot signal radius from controller to

console, the Wireless Microcon is the ultimate tool for gamers ready

to cut the cord.

Product Features:

-- 15% smaller than traditional controllers

-- Grooved rubber grips

-- Fully analog action buttons, joystick and d-pad

-- 30 foot signal radius between controller and console

-- One expansion bay (for Xbox Wireless Microcon) for Xbox Live

play

-- Up to 40 hours of game play with 2 AA batteries

-- Available in three colors: black, green, and orange--with

special edition colors on the way!

More information about the Wireless Microcon controllers can be

found at: www.MadCatz.com.

Talkback

KnoxxvilleDecember 31, 2004

DooD!.....I can't find it anywhere!

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