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May112012

Xbox 360 Black Play and Charge Kit by Memorex

It’s not easy being a controller. You spend hours on end being used and abused in a battle against dragons or in pursuit of the perfect golf swing. And when the gamer loses his or her high score to a misplaced button push, what’s first to get a violent throw against the wall? No, not the pet rat – the controller.

But you never hear the controller complain – turns out they don’t have feelings after all (the wall on the other hand, might file a complaint). So go ahead, play as long as you want – or even longer with the Xbox 360 Play and Charge Kit by Memorex. Armed with a 10-foot mini-USB cable and an NiMH rechargeable battery pack, you can power up your controller and play at the same time. The 20 hours of gaming the battery pack provides will go the distance in your next Xbox 360-based adventure – leaving you to focus on the game.

Treat your Xbox 360 controllers the best way you know how – and keep them powered with the Xbox 360 Play and Charge Kit by Memorex.

Features:

  • High quality NiMH rechargeable battery packs allow for up to 20 hours of gaming
  • 10' (3M) cable allows for comfortable playing while charging
  • Compatible with Xbox 360 controllers and Memorex Dual Controller Charging Kit (sold separately)

Includes:

  • 10' Charging Cable
  • Battery Pack

Specs:

  • Cable Length: 10 feet (3 m)
  • Battery: 800 mAh NiMH rechargeable battery
  • Warranty: One Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty

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