Sunday, January 3, 2010

The New Helix Gaming Grip for Your iPhone

helix gaming gripDo you do a lot of gaming on your iPhone? Do you have trouble holding or touching your iPhone just right when your trying to steer your virtual racecar or navigate through an asteroid field? If you do, there is now a solution to your problems.

PosiMotion has developed the new Helix Gaming Grip for your iPhone or iPod Touch. The iPhone was not designed to be utilized like a steering wheel or joystick, so this new gaming grip can really make playing games a whole lot easier. The grip is very easy to use. It has two handles on each side of your device that make it easier to twist and turn your iPhone without risking dropping it.

The Helix Gaming Grip is obviously for those who utilize games on their iPhone or iPod that involve steering, flying, or any other game that requires the twisting and turning of the device.

The gaming grip is designed to fit onto the iPhone 3G, the iPhone 3GS and the second generation iPod Touch. The grip features a swivel clasp that will allow you to fit youyr device in both landscape and portrait mode, in accordance with which game you might be playing. There are also convenient slots in the side and bottom of the grip that allow for cables incase you want to play games while you charge your device.

If you just want to make your iPhone gaming a little bit easier or rid yourself of the risks of dropping your phone, the Helix Gaming Grip is just the thing for you. Now the grip is not available yet, but you can pre-order it and they will ship out this spring. For only $20, gaming can be made much easier on your iPhone or iPod Touch.

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1 comment:

  1. This is a really cool product. The only one I know of that does landscape and portrait, can be charged while connected, and has a hole for the camera!

    Their other products, the G-Fi and G-Fi VS look awesome too. This page says "mobile connectivity for business" I know the G-Fi VS was made for gaming, but could be used as an intranet router!


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