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Snakebyte Takes it Away with New Gaming Hardware

snakebyte® caught the eyes of everyone attending E3 this year with their new gaming products. Products mainly features gaming controllers, mice and other gaming accessories, with focus on the former.

snakebyte® group, one of the leaders in consumer electronic hardware, took its take on new hardware at E3 this year. Supporting all the major consoles, not to mention, even PCs, they came up with controllers and Mice. Nick Repenning, CEO for snakebyte USA commented, “E3 is an incredibly important event in the global gaming calendar, unveiling the roadmap for the year ahead and engaging with players and media alike. Snakebyte continue to support all platforms, offering something new for every gamer, and this year we’re pleased to deliver with a range clearly demonstrating our continued drive to quality and innovation.”

Living up to the promise of new PC gaming hardware from last year, they introduced the Game: Mouse Ultra. It features a beautiful black design, being mainly focused at the eSports community. It comes with programmable action buttons and a quite sturdy design.

Since it is 2018 and the world has been engaged to Battle Royal games such as Fortnite and PubG, snakebyte® introduced four new headsets, he Head:Set 4, Head:Set X, Head:Set 4 Pro and Head:Set X Pro which feature high quality audio, through 40mm and 50mm Neodymium drivers, aimed to focus premium sound at a relatively lower price point.

The PlayStation 4 community would be happy to hear that they introduced two new controllers, the Glow: Pad 4, which is either a wired or a wireless mouse, featuring RGB lighting all the gamers love. The latter, Game: Pad 4 S Pro loses the cord, i.e fully wireless, making it one of the few third party controllers for the PS4 that are completely wireless. It also comes in a variety of exciting colours to spice up your gaming set up, such as Bubblegum camo.

Lastly, in a haul of so many products, they introduced cases, protection ones for the controllers. These were the Tough: Case and the Charge: Case. The former provides on the go protection for your controllers, while the latter, as the name suggests, provides both protection and charges them along as well. Good edition for gamers who are passionate enough not to leave their set ups behind when going for a holiday!

Since these products can be tested upon appointment only, at E3, not much is known about their performance. A launch date wasn’t announced either so everyone will have to wait and see, for now.

Sarmad Burki


Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.
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