CES 2014 Gets Haptic With A “Sinister” PC Device

Sinister (Tivitas Interactive)

PC enthusiasts who need a new feel to their gaming will probably check out Tivitas Interactive’s Sinister haptic gaming device at CES 2014. The item, powered by ViviTouch technology, offers players a solid gamepad experience coupled with the pinpoint accuracy of a mouse. That’s a pretty tall order, but kudos if it can balance the joys, along with the individual comforts of both PC and console gaming.

Developed by Tivitas Interactive, the device is also promising “fully-customizable, adjustable ergonomic support” and “true analog movement.” Since my wrists and hands are pretty much shot from years of typing and gaming, anything which attaches itself to the word “ergonomic” is a friend of mine.

As for the controls, they look like something Tron would don during a night out on the grid, so that’s kind of awesome.

You can check out Sinister today (January 7) at the Wynn Hotel Lafite Ballroom from 6 pm – 9 pm. For added info, check out www.tivitas.com.

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