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>> Brian Tong: Brian Tong here at CES 2010 in the CNET lounge, and this is what I have in my hand: the Nyko Wand Plus. Now, this might look like the product they had before, but there's a lot of different things in here. This is packing their full-motion technology. Think of it as Wii MotionPlus tech in this device, all-in-one. Notice there is no additional dongle that makes it longer or fatter. It's all packed in this wand. So really cool stuff there. They're also packing their Trans-Port tech in here so it allows it to send controls and vibration feedback to other add-on accessories. You'll notice with the design, it has this soft rubber coating on the backside. It feels really comfortable. It's also gonna come in two colors: this white on black combo and a black on black. The pricing for this device will be around $39.99 and coming some time in spring of 2010. But it's a great upgrade to the Nyko wand family: the Nyko Wand Plus. I'm Brian Tong at CES 2010.
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