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Gioteck Announces Fall Product Line

/ Jul 8th, 2013 No Comments

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Gioteck announced a new line of products including headsets, gaming chairs and joysticks will be available this fall.

The independent gaming accessories manufacturer will be bringing new peripherals to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC, mobile and tablet platforms and has begun early work on designing accessories for next-gen consoles.

Gioteck’s new product lineup will consist of updated versions of the EX-01 and EX-03 Bluetooth headsets, mobile controllers, portable speakers and gaming headsets.

The U.K.-based company will also be releasing two gaming chairs, marking the first time the manufacturer has made a gaming chair. Gaming chairs will be priced in both the entry-level and high-end markets.

Gaming chairs include the RC-5 for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC, which will be available for $249.99, and the kid-friendly RC-1, a bean bag-style chair for PS3, Xbox 360 and PC which will be priced at $99.99.

New Gioteck headsets announced by the company include the EX-07 Kranium for PS3, Xbox 360, PC and mobile devices. Pricing details on the Kranium headset has yet to be announced. The company will release both a wired and wireless version of the EX-06, which will be priced at $44.99 and $99.99 respectively.

Additionally, Gioteck is set to release the RK-1 joystick, which will be compatible for PS3 and mobile devices. The version for the console will be priced at $49.99 while the version for mobile devices and tablets will cost $79.99.

Gioteck has created a distinctive selection of peripherals for multiple consoles, each of which are constructed well and affordable for consumers. Currently, Gioteck is in the process of designing gaming accessories for next-generation consoles.

The company saw tremendous success last year, increasing sales by more than 35 percent. Gioteck is hoping to establish itself as one of the top brands in gaming headsets and other accessories by offering quality products at an affordable price. The latest product line is an attempt to expand to higher end merchandise.

  

Eddie Jimenez

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