After the Wiimote, get ready for the Eeemote. Well, Eee Stick. Engadget says the FCC has published documents about Asus's upcoming motion-sensing controller for the Eee PC.
Like its Nintendo cousin, the Eee Stick will reportedly have two parts: one remote with a directional pad and buttons (pictured above), and a secondary controller with an analog stick. Engadget caught the control system in action at Computex earlier this month, and it does seem to behave more or less like the Wii remote. The site then said Asus planned to charge $70 for the contraption.
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