Exspect has backed Apple’s claims that iPhone should be regarded as a fully fledged ‘games console’ – by creating a full range of products for the device.
The Gem-owned peripherals firm has released its Gaming Grip, the EX108 – compatible with both the iPod Touch 2G and the iPhone 3G – and a line-up of iPhone slip cases: the EX044, 053, 054 and 055.
The Gaming Grip is designed to ‘provide an experience similar to that of a dedicated mobile games console, and is equally effective for games played in landscape or portrait’.
“Exspect has built its reputation in the iPod sector on high quality, well designed, well fitting, well packaged products at the right price point,” said Exspect MD
“With the launch of the iPhone 3GS, an option of networks, the availability of pay as you go, along with reducing the cost of the iPhone 3G has seen a steep demand on both hardware as well as the demand for high quality form fitting products.”
Apple's marketing vice president Phil Schiller said at an iPod presentation in September: “When DS and PSP came out, they seemed so cool. But once you play a game on the iPod Touch, you think, ‘Hey, these things aren't so cool any more’.”
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