Genius Computer Technology introduces new hardware for Middle East PC game players

Genius Computer Technology has released a new dual controller wireless game pad set, to provide PC gamers with wire-free flexibility

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By  Mark Sutton Published  January 19, 2003

Genius Computer Technology (GCT) has launched its latest peripheral for PC users, a wireless gamepad set. The MaxFire Libre Wireless G-12 Twin comprises two game pads and a wireless receiver, and is intended to allow two players to play at once.

“Playing games could not be any easier or convenient,” said Jihad Youssef, director of sales & marketing, GCT. “It provides reliable, flawless communications that do not require a direct line of sight to the user’s PC or the receiver. Both game pads work up to two meters away.”

The MaxFire Libre uses RF digital radio technology to connect the game pads to the PC, with dual channel wireless, to reduce interference with other wireless devices. This provides wireless connectivity at up to two metres, and does not require a line of sight to the computer.

The game pads feature D-pad, twelve programmable rapid fire buttons and two trigger buttons, and also have a power saving feature to prolong battery life.

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