Product Wars: E3 2010 radical hardware

Product Wars: E3 2010 radical hardware

What do you think will see the greatest success?

E3 wrapped up last week with some surprising announcements of what will hit retail shelves in the coming months.

On the hardware front, five products stood out from the crowd.

Xbox 360 ‘Slimline’ – A shrunk down version of the standard Xbox 360, this time with integrated Wifi (well it’s about time…)

Xbox Kinect – Coded-named Project Natal during its development, the motion capture Xbox peripheral maps out points in your body and translates movement in-game.

PlayStation Move – The motion sensing game controller for the PlayStation 3 was announced not long before E3 but was heavily demonstrated at the expo. It has been called a more sensitive Wii controller.

Nintendo 3DS – Said to deliver 3D gaming without the need for special geeky glasses, feedback from players who were lucky enough to try the device has been good so far.

Ubisoft Innergy – Essentially a vitality sensor, the device straps onto you’re a finger and is used with a specific game which helps players relax.

Which one do you think will see the greatest success?

You can cast your vote here. The winner will be announced next week when the E3 software Product Wars opens up.

And remember, every vote counts!

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