PENGUIN UNITED UNSHEATHS NEW "BRIGHT" SABER DUAL PACK FOR NINTENDO™ WII™

Fremont, Calif., (November, 2008)– Jedi™ power just got a lot more lethal with the announcement of Penguin United’s new“Bright” Saber Dual Pack available just in time for the holidays. Penguin’s Bright Saber light sword draws its power straight from the Wii remote instead of any external power source as gamers fight their foes while saving money on batteries.

The Bright Saber is made from light weight, highly durable, round surface plastic. The dual pack comes with two light swords, one blue and one red that are built with safety in mind. The Bright Saber is also equipped with an easy locking mechanism and has a suggested retail price of only $19.99 in most galaxies.

Richard Huang, Penguin’s President and resident Jedi Master, prophesied:“The Bright Sabers will help any intergalactic combatants defeat their foe. They’ll also save them from having to constantly buy new batteries as they save the universe from the Dark Side. They also look really cool, too, and the durable plastic will live longer than Yoda™.”

The Bright Saber Dual Pack for Nintendo Wii is one of many peripherals the company has launched to a Nation weary of overpriced and under performing accessories.

About Penguin United

Penguin United ( http://www.PenguinUnited.com) was established by gamers for gamers and is dedicated to enhancing the experience of electronic entertainment. Penguin’s mission is to provide gamers with a cost-effective line of video game accessories that are equal in quality, performance and reliability to other similar products on the market. The company, which is located in Fremont, California, distributes its product line exclusively through Red Lion Interactive ( http://www.RedLionInteractive.com) and dedicated online retailer Dr. Hot Deal ( http://www.drhotdeal.com).

Contact: Dirk Foster

Red Lion Interactive

(888) 432-8707 XT. 108

dirk@redlioninteractive.com


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