PALO ALTO, CA and LLOYDMINSTER, ALBERTA - June 2, 2009 - Iron Will Technologies today unveiled the Peregrine, a new PC gaming peripheral that puts games at your fingertips – literally. A gaming glove with proprietary TouchPoint™ technology, the Peregrine is a direct link to increasingly complex PC games like real-time strategy (RTS) and massively multiplayer online (MMO) titles. The Peregrine is scheduled for release in fall 2009.
Gamers who add the Peregrine to their arsenal will gain access to more than 30 actions at their fingertips, allowing them to command armies and cast spells with speed, accuracy and comfort. Constructed of durable, flexible fabric, with a magnetic break-away electronics pod, the Peregrine comfortably augments or even replaces the keyboard in any gamer’s command center.
“Any gamer who’s serious about RTS or MMO games can tell you about the lengths they’ve gone to in hopes of creating a faster, more efficient control setup – the Peregrine streamlines and simplifies, bringing the most complex maneuvers to your fingertips,” said Brent Baier, founder and CEO of Iron Will Technologies and inventor of the Peregrine. “It's designed to allow you control your game with speed, ease and a comfort that is unlike any other device.”
The Peregrine is sleek and easy to use. The glove is form-fitting, rugged and washable, and functions with standard keyboard drivers on all operating systems. Gamers can plug the glove in and start playing immediately, or use the software for in-depth customization. Users simply touch their thumb to TouchPoints on the fingertips to perform more than 30 programmable actions.
Gamers everywhere are encouraged to visit www.theperegrine.com to find out more about the Peregrine.
About Iron Will Technologies
Iron Will Technologies was formed to bring the Peregrine to the global market and to realize its wide range of applications. With an innovative culture, IWT aims to empower people everywhere with the Peregrine and change the way the world interacts with technology.
Chris Heintz, TriplePoint