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Splitfish Dates Shipping For New FRAGFX Controllers

SplitFish Ltd., today announced a November 1st, 2010 street date for the much anticipated new FRAGFX Shark, Barracuda, and Piranha. The street date for Splitfish’s new line of First Person Shooter game peripherals will coincide with Activision’s Call of Duty, Black Ops release.

In case you missed it, this new line up of wireless and wired controllers to rave reviews last was unveiled last month at Gamescom 2010 in Cologne, Germany. What makes the flagship FRAGFX Shark controller special is the newly developed, high performance, energy saving wireless system, newly designed and ultra accurate mouse, and it’s multiple platform compatibility with PS 3, Mac and PC.

The FRAGFX Shark, Barracuda, and Piranha. can be purchased from any of our suggested retailers or ordered direct at: www.splitfish.com.

The manufacturer’s suggested price of the Shark is $89.99 and 79.99 Euro, the Barracuda is $69.99 and 59.99 Euro, and the Piranha is only $49.99 and 39.99 Euro.

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