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Zeemote Bluetooth gaming controller for BlackBerry now available

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on August 27th, 2009

Zeemote Bluetooth gaming controller for BlackBerry now availableZeemote’s Bluetooth mobile phone controller for Blackberry is now available and is a much better way to game than using a trackball. As a standalone Bluetooth game controller, it helps to make mobile gaming a lot easier and closer to the gaming we’re used to on other platforms.

Until now, the Zeemote JS1 was only sold in bundled kits. But now you can get it as a standalone purchase directly through RIM’s accessory shop. The controller will cost you $39.99. So now that it’s available, are you interested in buying one?

Zeemote announces JS1 Bluetooth gaming controller for BlackBerry

Posted in BlackBerry by Conner Flynn on July 28th, 2009

Zeemote announces JS1 Bluetooth gaming controller for BlackBerryZeemote has announced a version of their Bluetooth gaming controller for BlackBerry smartphones. The Zeemote JS1 is compatible with all BlackBerrys that have a trackball, and connects wirelessly for over fifty hours of battery-powered gameplay.

You get four action buttons and a thumbstick and it isn’t just for games. It can also be used to navigate the BlackBerry’s menus. That should help you BB users get your game on. It runs on two AAA batteries. The Zeemote JS1 for BlackBerry will be available this summer, in a bundle that includes a free Gameloft title.

Zeemote JS1 Nunchuk bundled with Sony Ericcson W760

Posted in Mobile Phones by Conner Flynn on August 4th, 2008

Zeemote JS1 Nunchuk bundled with Sony Ericcson W760
Wii-like controllers for Bluetooth phones? Did you ever think you would see the day? Well back in my day sonny… The Zeemote analog joystick controller for Bluetooth phones is now hitting the scene. That is, if you are a lucky Dutch W760 buyer.

If so, you’ll get it free as a promo package. It’s not exactly the Wii-like version the company was previously promising, but it looks nicer then the Wii nunchuk and it’s got color to it. No word on U.S. pricing or availability yet, but you’ll be acing first person cellphone shooters when you do get one.