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Evolution Of The Run 'N' Drive!

Thrustmaster, London, August 23, 2007— Thrustmaster is proud to announce the launch of the next evolution of the chart topping Run‘N’ Drive family - The Run‘N’ Drive Wireless 3 in 1 game pad.

Key Improvements:

The newly improved Run’N’Drive now offers gamers a completely wireless experience for greater flexibility across Playstation?3, Playstation?2 and PC games. Through the highest performance 2.4GHz radio frequency, gamers can even play from over 10 metres away.

For Playstation?3 users, the game pad now also includes the Home Button/PS Button, allowing greater ease for gamers.

Available with a sleek black finish, the game pad is the perfect accessory for all supported consoles, and with enhanced performance and comfort from the pad’s curved triggers, the Run’N’Drive retains its distinctive design style that gamers have come to know and love.

Other features:

As ever, the Run’N’Drive features its signature Optical Wheel, allowing automatic re-centring and unrivalled precision across all genres of game, particularly sniping, racing and sports games.

With the exclusive“Mapping” function (patent pending) and internal memory, gamers are also able to completely personalise the game pad to suit their individual gameplay, offering an unmatched gaming experience. All buttons, mini sticks, optical wheel and triggers are fully programmable and easily stored, meaning other players can easily reconfigure the pad for their turn.


Run’N’Drive Wireless 3 in 1: Available from October through www.amazon.co.uk SRP?29.99

Run’N’Drive Wireless 3 in 1 PC: Available from October through www.amazon.co.uk SRP?29.99

Discover the whole range of Thrustmaster products at www.thrustmaster.com

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Founded in 1992, Thrustmaster enjoys a strong reputation for designing and developing the ultimate in flight and motor sports simulation accessories. Thrustmaster's technological and marketing expertise allow it to offer a complete range of PC and console gaming accessories, including peripherals developed under Xbox? license.

Licensing agreements with prestigious brands such as Ferrari?, Top Gun? and Splinter Cell?, as well as close collaboration with the US Air Force, contribute to offering perfectly-adapted, innovative accessories to gamers the world over. Thrustmaster has been a division of Guillemot Corporation since 1999.

Guillemot Corporation is a designer and manufacturer of interactive entertainment hardware and accessories. The Group offers a diversified range of products under the Hercules and Thrustmaster brand names. Active in this market since 1984, the Guillemot Corporation Group is currently present in 12 countries, including Germany, France, the UK, the United States, Canada and the East, and distributes its products across 45 countries worldwide. The Group's mission is to provide innovative, high-quality products which increase the performance and fun experienced by gamers and music lovers alike. Guillemot Corporation is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange New Market, ISIN code FR00066722.

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