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Nyko Announces E3 Product Lineup: Media Hub and Intercooler for PS3

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Posted 10 July 2008 - 05:03 PM

Nyko Announces E3 Product Lineup: Media Hub and Intercooler for PS3
Posted by XanTium | 10-7-2008 12:03 EST

From the press release:

Leading gaming peripherals manufacturer, Nyko Technologies, today provided a sneak peek at its new lineup of products to be on display during next week's E3 Media & Business Summit, taking place July 15th through July 17th. The new product debuts fulfill a line of gaming peripherals recently shipped to market and soon to be released, spanning Nintendo's Wii home console, the Xbox 360, and PlayStation3.

The following new products will be on display at the Nyko exhibition booth in Room 505B of the West Hall:

* Media Hub for PS3 - August 2008
The all-new Media Hub from Nyko attaches to any available USB port on the PS3 and enables the connection of three additional USB devices including flash drives, PSP, MP3 players and additional controllers. Its form-fitting design matches the contour of the PS3 for a clean look. Expected to ship this August, the Media Hub requires no tools or internal modifications, draws its power directly from the PS3, and easily installs in just seconds.

* Intercooler TS for PlayStation 3 - September 2008
Another innovation for this powerful system, the Intercooler TS for the PlayStation 3 also features easy snap-on installation, an AC power supply, and new temperature control technology which will be announced during E3. In addition, four powerful fans reduce ambient air temperature to help keep your system cool and running at peak performance.

Full press release: teamxbox.com

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Posted 11 July 2008 - 06:56 AM

Why do companies insist on making a cooler for the PS3, the thing runs quit and cool as hell already. The only thing adding a fan will do is add noise. Waste of time and money if you ask me.

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Posted 11 July 2008 - 07:32 PM

My PS3 does tend to get warm, but nothing significant. It's still a few shades cooler than any of my 360's, and haven't had any heat issues with it yet, either. Of course, if there's fans for the Wii, why not....

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