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>> Hey everyone, I'm Jeff Bakalar, CNET.com. We're at CES 2010, checking out some really cool, new motion sensing technology from Razor. It's called the "Razer Sixense Ultra Precise Motion Controller." A lot of endless possibilities can be used with this. What we did here is the people at Razor worked with Valve to have a demo for "Left for Dead 2." And it provides a one-to-one motion-sensing controller for all types of video games. Now, the applications are endless. This can be used in all kinds of platforms, but right now we're checking it out with "Left for Dead 2." Now, this isn't the final version of the controller. This is just sort of a dev kit to play around with. That will be decided on later on when it does come out later this year. So while there's no price yet, we are told it will be available this year, so you can definitely look forward to that. This has been a First Look at the Razer Sixense Ultra Precise Motion Controller.
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