Tapwave, a company which formed 2 years ago, held a press conference this week to announce their new handheld game device, the Helix. The device is based on the Palm platform which means that it will run existing Palm software as well as games being written for it by leading developers such as Electronic Arts, Midway, and Activision. The device is aimed squarely at the 18-30 year-old audience and sports an analog stick, support for bluetooth wireless gaming, and rumble support which are just a few from the impressive list of features. Set for release this year, I'm certain we'll be learning more of this device at E3 next week.
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