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SteelSeries announces the Sentry Eye-Tracker


9:37 AM on 06.09.2014
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SteelSeries is kicking off E3 with a few new announcements. First, the Sentry Eye-Tracker, which they say is the first product of its kind built for gaming. The Sentry is a "unique piece of future-tech that will change the way gamers learn and improve their skill." It's supposed to unlock graphs, heat-maps, and statistics that will track their statistics and compare them to others.

The Stratus XL is a full-sized console controller for iOS devices. Not a whole lot of excitement there, but it's nice to have more options for mobile gaming.

SteelSeries announces the Sentry Eye-Tracker photo
SteelSeries announces the Sentry Eye-Tracker photo





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