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Charges Wii™ Remotes through Jackets for Up to 14 hours of Game Time

Fremont, Calif., (May, 2009)– Penguin United has announced that it will launch its new ElectroFlow Induction Charger for Nintendo? Wii™ at this years E3 in Los Angeles. The ElectroFlow Charger uses NiCad batteries and induction technology to charger Wii remotes through remote jackets.

“Charging your Wii remotes is so much easier and hassle-free with the ElectroFlow Charger,” commented Richard Huang, Penguin’s President.“Simply drop the remote in the dock and it starts to charge instantly. No need to remove the jacket or line up the connecting points. Just drop it and go.”

Notable Product Highlights:

? Long Last NiCad Batteries

? Magnetic Coil Charges Wii Remote Through Jacket

? No Need to Remove Nunchucks or Motion Plus Adapter

? Charge up to 14 Hours of Continuous Game Play

? Secure Charging Dock Holds Remote in Place

? Fits With or Without Wii Motion Plus Adapter

? Charge up to 2 Batteries Simultaneously

*The ElectroFlow Charger will be on display, and available for review, at E3 June 2nd– 4th at the Penguin United Booth #3029, South Hall.

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).

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