Edmonton - January 10, 2008 - SplitFish AG (SplitFish), a leader in video game hardware innovation, today announced that high demand for its gaming peripherals has led to extreme short supply in North America and Europe. SplitFish has recently ramped up production of its premiere PlayStation®3 product, the FragFX, to meet the increasing consumer demand.
SplitFish has four innovative video game hardware products for gamers that shelf ready:
North American outlets and retailers carrying SplitFish products include Best Buy Canada, GameStop, Frys Electronics, CompExpert, GoGamer, GameCrazy and Amazon. European outlets and retailers include GameUK, Interactive, Play, CoolTopia and Amazon UK.
SplitFish is a developer of original patent pending video game hardware technologies that include the FragFX controller, EyeFX 3D Adapter, EdgeFX Controller, MotionFX Tilt-sensing Adapter, GlideFX Trackball Controller, and the DualFX Laser Gun. More information is available on the company web site at www.splitfish.com or www.splitfish.de.
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