CES 2010: Peregrine glove still excites me, coming Q1

We first saw the Peregrine glove back at E3. If you’ll recall, the wearable human interface device allows users to execute commands by connecting leads all along the fingers and palm. You can program the glove with up to 30 keystrokes and it has all sorts of applications for gaming and beyond.

I’m looking forward to being able to bring up internet porn by putting my fingers together in the universal sign for “OK” and possibly finding some other, less practical use. Like, learning how to play an RTS game or something. While we had been told that the glove would be out last year, some manufacturing delays have pushed the release back. I’ve been assured that the Peregrine will be available at the end of this quarter.

The glove is going to retail for $149.99. If you like, you can pre-order the glove from the Peregrine website right now and save twenty bucks. And check out some new product shots in our gallery.

Conrad Zimmerman