Logitech hints at Wii controller plans
Apparently, Logitech isn't content with pretty much "pwning" the entire PC peripheral industry -- they want to dip into the Wii's pool as well. According to an industry site, Logitech has plans to unveil a new controller which combines motion sensing and rumble features into one fierce, unstoppable Wiimote-killer. Or so we're thinking. In an interview with Chris Spearing -- head of the UK and Ireland divisions of the company -- both controller features were complimented, and then Spearing went on to say, "Hopefully we'll be at the forefront of pushing that further, combining some of the two." In addition, Spearing discussed his admiration for Nintendo and its business models, though he seemed to feel that Logitech could best the Japanese company's Wii-work, saying, "If you couldn't improve on it, we wouldn't be in business, and that's the same for all products." Want to hear more of this kind of talk? Check the read link for the first part of the two-part interview.
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