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PDP is making a name for itself with some high-quality gaming accessories lately and their latest batch looks pretty good aesthetically, as well as functionally.

First you have their Wii Headset. It features a 10′ cord and a similar design to other Wii headsets, but with a sleek black Modern Warfare 3 colour scheme. It will use a USB 2.0 connection plug and be priced at $24.99 on release.

Coming in second is the PS3 controller which features a wireless dongle connection (not BlueTooth?). The controller grips are covered in a satin finish for comfort and improved grip, and the controller itself is coloured in a military gun-metal design. The controller will also light up in a “night vision” themed display and feature concave joysticks for more precise, less “slip” movement.

It is retailed at $49.99 and is expected to launch alongside the Wii headset in time for the release of Modern Warfare 3.

-Scott Christian

Sources: GamingBolt.comVividGamer.com

PDP Releases Two New MW3 Accessories

By EGM Staff | 09/1/2011 07:00 PM PT

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PDP is making a name for itself with some high-quality gaming accessories lately and their latest batch looks pretty good aesthetically, as well as functionally.

First you have their Wii Headset. It features a 10′ cord and a similar design to other Wii headsets, but with a sleek black Modern Warfare 3 colour scheme. It will use a USB 2.0 connection plug and be priced at $24.99 on release.

Coming in second is the PS3 controller which features a wireless dongle connection (not BlueTooth?). The controller grips are covered in a satin finish for comfort and improved grip, and the controller itself is coloured in a military gun-metal design. The controller will also light up in a “night vision” themed display and feature concave joysticks for more precise, less “slip” movement.

It is retailed at $49.99 and is expected to launch alongside the Wii headset in time for the release of Modern Warfare 3.

-Scott Christian

Sources: GamingBolt.comVividGamer.com

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