Whether you own an Xbox One, PS4 or a VR headset, Bionik announced that they have some new accessories they’re rolling out in January, next year.
The accessories will be available for the Xbox One Elite Controller, consisting of an accessory kid so you can customize your controller with steel grip and control pieces for $19.99. This is in addition to a separate rubber grip and dual trigger locks called the Quick Shot, which will be available for $14.99.
Bionik will also have a new controller cable accessory available for Xbox One and PS4 called the Lynx. The Lynx is a 10-foot long premium cable with durable woven shielding and extra protection to help charge your controller.
As far as their VR equipment is concerned, they have an extra cable charging kit for the Samsung Gear VR, along with two replacement pads for the Gear VR to keep the headset comfortable and clean. The replacement pads are made of hypoallergenic material and designed to be worn by people with normal skin and sensitive skin.
They also have a VR kit for the Oculus Rift that carries a $19.99 price tag. The replacement pad is designed to be a low-density padding with soft absorbent material. If you find that the padding in your Oculus Rift is ripe for tearing up and getting destroyed easily, the replacement pad might a nice little addition to your already expensive Facebook-approved VR headset.
Crystal Dugan, Bionik’s marketing manager explained what their goal was by aggressively targeting the gaming accessories market, mentioning in the press release…
“We strive to create innovative products that enhance the gaming experience,”. “We hold our products to high standards to ensure the best quality while also keeping affordability in mind.”
Given that the products for the Xbox One, PS4, Gear VR and Oculus Rift are debuting in January, I’m almost left to assume that they will likely debut during the CES in Las Vegas, Nevada.
You can learn more about the new products that Bionik has lined up by visiting their official website.
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