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SteelSeries Announces Limited Edition Aion Gaming Accessories

Posted Fri, Sep 04, 2009 by Savanja

SteelSeries, the manufacturer of performance keyboards and other peripherals works together with Aion's NCsoft to offer gamers Aion specific accessories.

SteelSeries has created a Zboard limited edition Aion keyset along with a Asmodian mousepad. Check out some of the features these will offer!

The SteelSeries Zboard Limited Edition Aion Keyset will offer the full breadth
of in-game commands on color-coded keys across the board. The keyset also
provides players with:

* Dedicated action keys, menus, and chat commands that are labeled across 69
* Full customization of each key through the SteelSeries Z Engine
* Quick-access emote keys for greeting, intimidating, or taunting your

The SteelSeries QcK Limited Edition Aion Asmodian Mousepad features a high
-quality cloth material that provides a precise, consistent glide and a
specially designed non-slip rubber base, which prevents the pads from sliding on
any surface. The SteelSeries QcK Mousepads have been thoroughly researched,
designed and tested by professional players.

The Zboard will retail for $19.99 and the mousepad will retail for $14.99. You can grab these at either Game Stop or Amazon.com soon although pre-sales are already happening at those retailers. Be sure to get yours before they sell out!


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