Avenger Controller Wins $20,000 Prize at E3: Bright Idea Award Goes to Gaming Innovator N-Control

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The 2011 E3 Bright Idea Award was recently presented to N-Control in recognition of The Avenger Controller, its innovative precision controller adapter that enhances the performance of the XBOX 360. The Avenger was given the Bright Idea Award at this year's E3 where it won a competition against formidable competition. It was singled out as the best new invention at all of E3, which hosts over 200 exhibitors.

The 2011 E3 Bright Idea Award was recently presented to N-Control in recognition of The Avenger Controller, its innovative precision controller adapter that enhances the performance of the XBOX 360. The Avenger was given the Bright Idea Award at this year's E3 where it won a competition against formidable competition. It was singled out as the best new invention at all of E3, which hosts over 200 exhibitors.

Innovation is the hallmark of the N-Control device. Both professional gamers and beginners appreciate the enhancement of the gaming experience that the Avenger makes possible.

The Avenger Controller is an external adaptor for the XBOX 360 and other gaming platforms. It allows users to operate most of the buttons on a device without taking their hands from the analog sticks. This allows the gamer to employ rapid, fluid movements between individual buttons and analogue sticks and access up to nine functions simultaneously.

According to David Kotkin, inventor of The N-Control Avenger and founder of N-Control, “This sophisticated accessory is expressly engineered for those who want to push their gaming abilities to new heights. The adapter comes equipped with a stabilizer tripod, high precision tension straps, hair-triggers, and sensitivity adjusters, which can be fine-tuned like a musical instrument.”

Engadget recently had this to say about the how the Avenger feels in the hands of an experienced gamer: “Within an hour, flicking prongs and nudging levers felt natural and organic. Not only could we access game functions like reload, jump, and melee quicker, but doing it just felt better. Activating face buttons suddenly felt more like subtle gesturing and less like simple toggling.”

Here are some links that feature The Avenger Controller:
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/living/2014630380_xbox31.html

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2011/04/15/inventive-teacher-gives-disabled-student-control/#.TfMY9rYfJyQ;email

http://www.engadget.com/2011/06/14/n-control-avenger-xbox-360-attachment-makes-it-look-complicated/

Best Buy and other major retailers have expressed interest in The Avenger and N-Control is receiving considerable attention from other retailers, distributors, and gaming companies.

Before it becomes available to retailers, gamers can purchase the Avenger Controller at http://www.avengercontroller.com or Amazon.com at http://tinyurl.com/Amazon-AvengerController

For more information, visit http://www.avengercontroller.com.

About N-Control
Founded in 2010, N-Control, a division of iControl Enterprises, LLC, is a manufacturer of precision gaming devices and accessories with offices in New York and Miami.

Contact
For N-Control
Paul Christoforo, 800-492-5455

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