Splitfish reveals FRAGFX SHARK 360 controller: arriving in August

By Posted 24 May 2011, 16:59

We have some rather interesting news now for those of you that enjoy playing first-person shooter games, as we’ve just heard that Splitfish AG has recently revealed its FRAGFX SHARK 360 controller / mouse hybrid. What’s more is that they have announced that it is arriving in August.

According to Jack Joly over on the capsulecomputers.com.au website, the FRAGFX SHARK 360 is not only the first peripheral of its kind for the Xbox 360 console, but it will also work with the PC and Mac. Splitfish are said to have worked closely with both gamers and designers during the peripheral’s development.

The FRAGFX SHARK 360 controller – which requires two AA batteries (not included) – will provide gamers with around 55 hours standby time or 50 hours play time. The controller also comes with programmable buttons, which enables users to make the controller suit their own needs.

With full Xbox 360, PC and Mac support, gamers can use the FRAGFX SHARK 360 either as a gamepad or a mouse/keyboard control. Other features include SixAxis support, Plug and Play, new 2.4GHz wireless technology and fast access to special features such as rapid-fire, macro and button swap.

Unfortunately there was no word of a price, so we can’t tell you how much the FRAGFX SHARK 360 will cost you. Would you buy this mouse / controller hybrid?