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Snakebyte Vyper, New 3-in-1 Android Tablet, Smart TV, And Game System To Launch January 31 In North America

CES Attendees Get Early Look at Vyper Jan. 7-10

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Snakebyte Vyper, the world's first portable three-in-one entertainment hub, launches in North America on Jan. 31, 2014, and launches in Europe today.  Vyper is the consumer-desired evolution of the tablet, smart TV, and game system. It is the only tablet designed to let consumers enjoy their favorite apps on the go or on their television via the custom TV dock and two different controllers, which match every entertainment experience found on the Google Play Store. In North America, Vyper will be available at Gamestop.com, BestBuy.com, Walmart.com, Amazon.com, and Newegg.com starting at $199

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"We believe tablets can better integrate into the true, on-the-go family dynamic to unleash the huge library of content in the Google Play Store whether on the small screen tablet or the big screen television," says Nicki Repenning, vice president of business development for Sunflex. "With Vyper, we've created a custom UI for the television, a dock, an airmouse for navigation and casual games, and a wireless game controller so users and families can get the most of their Android apps whether on the move or relaxing in front of their television."

"For more than twenty years, we've  been creating exciting and affordable third-party hardware and video game controllers for consumers to experience their favorite entertainment content," said Mike Steup, managing director for Sunflex. "Vyper, the world's first portable, three-in-one entertainment hub, represents our evolution as a company as much as it represents the innovation and convergence happening in the device industry; it is our new flagship."

Snakebyte will be showing Vyper during CES in South Hall 2, booth 25906.

Snakebyte Vyper features:

  • Tablet: 7-inch HD-display quad-core 1.6 GHZ Android 4.2 tablet.
  • Smart TV: TV dock turns any TV into a smart TV so everyone can access more content, apps and experiences on their current TV. 
  • Airmouse: the proprietary Vyper Airmouse remote, with built-in keyboard, was specifically designed to navigate media and apps through the smart TV interface and Google Play Store from the couch.  Type, play, navigate and more.
  • Game System: The Vyper wireless game controller is ideal for the thousands of game options in the Google Play Store including dedicated gaming experiences like racing games, action, and adventure games. The Vyper Airmouse will lets users sling, slice, and smash through the air on more casual games like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja.  And with two controllers, users have their choice for the best gaming experience. 

Pricing

  • Gaming Edition $249.99 – 7" tablet, Airmouse remote, wireless game controller, TV docking station, HDMI cable
  • Media Edition $199.99 – 7" tablet, Airmouse remote, TV docking station, HDMI cable

About Sunflex
Sunflex LLC is a worldwide leader in distribution of video gaming accessories and peripherals, including exclusive distribution for the well-known Snakebyte™ brand. Sunflex prides itself on representing the best quality products. Sunflex and Snakebyte brands have garnered many awards and consistently excellent reviews for genius in product lines, making the company one of the most respected international distribution brands. Vyper was conceived and produced directly by Sunflex.

SOURCE Sunflex LLC

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