ASTRO Gaming Launches G20 Gaming Goggles
For those of you who are looking for a 4D gaming experience, look no further than the newest addition to the ASTRO Gaming family. Long known for their award winning ASTRO A40 Gaming Headsets and the new ASTRO A30 Gaming Headsets, ASTRO is proud to announce the G20 Gaming Goggles.The G20 is the first Professional Visual Enhancement System (PVES) including ground-breaking, proprietary ASTRO:FLASH lenses that deliver a true 4D high-definition (4DHD) experience. If you have the bucks to shell out for a pair of high-priced gaming googles that is.
The glasses use the same technology found in today’s 3D Movies, but according to ASTRO takes it to a higher level. The G20 uses a top-secret element called Asilium, developed by ASTRO Gaming, that allows the gamer to take the game to the fourth dimension. Asilium helps gamers refrain from blinking during an entire session, resulting in a 4th dimensional trance-link state. With a wrap-around frame, the glasses allow gamers to see the action no matter how they look at the screen.
G20 Features include:
•ASTRO:FLASH lenses – Custom lens technology with orange tint circular co-polarization offers superior gaming performance and UV protection for outdoor gaming too.
•Completely Hydrophobic –Avoid analogous intramolecular interactions with lenses and frames designed to repel water, spit, fizz and other contaminants that can corrupt your vision in the heat of competition.
•Impact Protection – Just in case the 4DHD effect is too convincing, the G20 frames and lenses are designed to take a beating if flung during the heat of battle.
•Works on Any System – Fully supports all console, mobile and PC titles quickly and easily.
•Extremely Comfortable –With a soft, adjustable headstrap, foam-lined frame and perspiration ventilation system, the G20’s are designed to be worn for long gaming sessions or sleeping on long trips.
•Ballistic Nylon Carry Case – Strap them to your belt or use the travel roller to take your G20’s on the road.
•Cable-Ready – includes required cabling for PC or any console, also with their own soft carry case.
The only set back I can see right now is the price. The ASTRO G20 retails for $1999.95 and that is tough to fathom in this economy. But if you have the money and you want a true 4D gaming experience, then by all means go for it. Look for the G20 to debut sometime later this year.