Logitech offers Wireless Drum Controller for PS3
Love rocking out on Guitar Hero with your mates on the PS3? Well, there is nothing quite like a carefully crafted gaming peripheral to increase the sense of realism when gaming, and Logitech takes the next step with its Wireless Drum Controller for Sony’s PS3. Officially licensed by Activision Publising for the Guitar Hero franchise, this new gaming device will come with premium drum heads with recessed rims, making it a snap for you to attack those drums just like a professional rock star (or at least, that’s what they want you to think). According to Ruben Mookerjee, Logitech’s director of product marketing for gaming“When you’re ready to experience a new premium drum controller or expand your band, you’ll want to rip on Logitech’s new drum controller. With the Wireless Drum Controller, you can mark time, keep the backbeat, color up your riffs and crash down on the cymbal pads. Joining the Logitech Wireless Guitar Controller, the new Wireless Drum Controller lets you rock out to your favorite songs on the PS3 system.”
The new Logitech Wireless Drum Controller will boast a trio of fully adjustable drum heads and a couple of cymbal pads. Individual pieces can be readily position to fit just about any reach and suit virtually everyone’s playing style for a totally unique playing experience. You get quiet, responsive heads that deliver a lively feel, ensuring you won’t be distracted from the music, all the while being specially designed to let you take advantage of all the latest features of Guitar Hero games.
The main reason behind the recessed rims is to make it easier to score points and avoid accidental rim shots. As for the kick pedal, it relies on a stainless steel surface and an adjustable spring for a highly durable, responsive drumming experience. A couple of AA batteries are said to offer up to 50 hours of gaming time, which ought to be more than enough to drum your heart out without going broke. Expect to see the Logitech Wireless Drum Controller for the PS3 sometime this month onwards for $229.99.