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Macally Demos Force Feedback-enabled iShock II, More

MWNY Floor Quickie - Macally Demos Force Feedback-enabled iShock II, More

by , 3:00 PM EDT, July 19th, 2001

We discovered that peripheral maker Macally is showing off a number of products including the force-feedback enabled iShock II, a hefty immitation of a PlayStation controller. PR man Andy Chen tells us that 4 games, including Abrosia's Apeiron and Ferazel's Wand are currently supported. We will be sure to test the controller further and let you know how it fares. Macally is also showcasing their USB hubs, PCI-to-USB and Firewire cards, their bevy of mice (ball, optical, large, small, and micro-any with "designer colors"), and game controllers, including the original iShock and the AirStick. Stay tuned to the Mac Observer for more news from the show floor.

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