Sony Releases Info on Game Controller
SonyStyle Hong Kong now lists some of the first information available on the PEGA-GC10, a game controller. The GC10 clips to the front of the handheld and a cable connects to the HotSync port. It will comes with a copy of Columns from Sega, a game that appears quite similar to Tetris. The GC10 is not yet available and Sony didn't even list an estimated release date. A price is also not yet available.
The GC10 is 3.5 by 1.7 by .7 inches and it weighs about one ounce. It comes with a small strap to help secure it to the handheld.
According to Sony, it will work with the T series and new SJ series. The NR series isn't listed as being compatible, which is strange as it uses the same HotSync port as the T series.
Hopefully, Sony will release to developers the SDK they need to add support for the GC10 to their games.
The U.S. version of SonyStyle doesn't yet list this new peripheral.
Thanks to Jerrod Hofferth for the tip. -Ed
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