SnakeByte Announces The MiniMoteSnakeByte Announces The MiniMote

SnakeByte MiniMoteSnakebyte announced a remote controller for the Nintendo Wii video gaming console designed especially for children.

Many mature players were covered by the Remote XL plus, and the same results are expected for this category, because the MiniMote features all the goodies of its big brother, the Remote XL+, like integrated motion plus, increased range, ECO-Mode, Integrated batteries with charging possibility through USB and an external sync button. It just comes in a smaller package and ensures better accessibility of the buttons on the controller.

The SnakeByte MiniMote for children can be seen at E3 2010.

The tChildren, eam of Sunflex Europe will be on the site from the 15th of June to the 17th of June 2010 in the Los Angeles Convention Center in the course of the starting distribution of the SnakeByte products in the United States. They will be presenting the latest products to the international press and new distribution partners in West Hall #4122.

More details about the licensed products of the EA SPORTS and EA SPORTS Active series will be disclosed with some of these products actually on display.

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