At CES 2010, Jeff Bakalar takes a look at the Razer Sixense Ultra Precision Motion.
High-end PC gaming accessory manufacturer Razer, in conjunction with Sixense, have teamed up to make precise motion control on the PC a reality. Better yet, the companies are doing it with the help of videogame developer Valve.
Company demonstrates its new motion-control device designed to offer more accurate cursor control than the Nintendo Wii remote.
Wrapping up CNET's gaming coverage from the 2009 CES expo in Las Vegas.
A lot of the gaming news we anticipated last month came to fruition at this year's CES in Las Vegas.