Play Pokemon Go in a new way next week with this deviceSoon you'll be able to catch 'em all without taking out your phone. The Pokemon Go Plus wearable comes out September 16.
Soon you will not need to pull out your phone to catch Pokemon in the wild. Nintendo announced the Pokemon Go plus wrist band will be on sale next week on Friday, September 16. That's right, this hot toy is arriving the same day as the iPhone 7 and the Apple Watch. It's gonna be a good day to be a geek. This $35 Pokemon device was first announced in June as a way to play the Pokemon Go mobile game Without always having to be staring at your phone. It pairs with your phone over bluetooth and it will light up and vibrate when Pokemon are nearby, you just press the button and it'll throw a ball to try and catch it. It also vibrates when you pass PokeStops, so you can collect items by pressing the button. Just as the Pokemon mania Seems to be cooling off. The game may be getting a new jolt from the device, and from the Apple Watch. Nintendo and Apple announced, the game is coming soon to the Apple Watch, but the watch app will only alert you when a Pokemon is nearby. You will still need to pull out your phone to catch the critters. Meanwhile, gamers looking for something bigger than Pokemon may be interested in the newly announced. This Playstation Pro console. Sony announced this new system's gonna have double the graphics power of the standard PS4, to improve the look of new and existing games. It also has a faster processor and twice as much storage. It can support 4k resolution And play 4K video from Netflix, but it does not play 4K Blu-Ray disks, which is pretty odd considering Sony would want you to buy it's movies in 4K and the XBox One S, it does support 4K disks. The new Playstation Pro will play all the same games as the standard PS4. It comes out November 10th for four hundred dollars. There's also a slimmer version of the standard PS4 coming out next week, September fifteenth. It costs three hundred dollars. I'm Bridgette Carey. You can keep up with all the hottest tech news at www.cnet.com/update. [MUSIC]