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amBX Technology from Mad Catz Offers Gamers Realistic Gaming Experience

Jan 19, 2011
Mad Catz Interactive, Inc., the developer of peripherals for different video game consoles and PCs, has recently presented its two new devices - the amBX and Cyborg Gaming Lights.

It is worth mentioning that the amBX (which stands for "ambient experiences") technology brings full sensory surround entertainment, offering gamers a closer to reality experience by providing realistic effects of light and sound.

Based in San Diego, California, the company says that the device can be used not only for video games, but also music, movies and other type of media.

Equipped with amBX technology, the Cyborg Gaming Lights features twin light pods that are connected via any USB port.

It would be interesting to note that the lightning aurora delivers up to 16 million colors, thus turning the surrounding area into a living gaming dimension.




The company's Keyboard with amBX technology boasts laser-etched keys. It showcases RGB back lighting which shows nearly 16 million colors that respond spontaneously depending on the game being played.

By making use of the Cyborg Smart Technology software, gamers are free to assign the macros they choose. In addition, the keyboard includes volume controls and a Windows Key lock button.

These devices will be launched by 2011.

[via amBX]

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