GAMING PERIPHERALS MAKER Mad Catz showed off its Gamesmart lineup at a Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) event in London today, and The INQUIRER talked with the firm about how the range uses Bluetooth smart technology, along with the provider of the chip inside, CSR.
Mad Catz said that by using Bluetooth 4.0 Smart technology with low latency and low power consumption, its gaming accessories can be powered by alakine batteries for three to four hours of daily use for up to a year without the need for battery replacement. µ
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