PDP Becomes Exclusive Manufacturer of Officially Licensed Kinect Accessories

Video game accessory manufacturer Performance Designed Products (PDP) has teamed up with Microsoft to be the exclusive developer of officially licensed accessories for Xbox 360 Kinect.

“At PDP we are proud to offer the best quality peripherals and gaming accessories and we’re excited to bring that same quality to Kinect for Xbox 360” said Tom Roberts, CTO and Executive SVP at the California-based gaming manufacturer. “We’re working exclusively with Microsoft to bring consumers officially licensed stands and mounts to add to their controller-free entertainment experience.”

Scheduled for availability alongside Kinect’s launch this November, the PDP accessory line will include the following products:

* Wall Mount for Kinect, SRP: $14.99 – The Wall Mount provides a quick and easy solution for mounting your valuable Kinect for Xbox 360 to the wall.

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* TV Mount for Kinect, SRP: $39.99 – The TV Mount uses the VESA spec standard as a one-and-all solution for mounting Kinect for Xbox 360 to any size TV (from 26” to 60”).

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* Cable Extension for Kinect, SRP: $49.99 – The Cable Extension for Kinect will allow you to extend your connection by over 9 feet, allowing you to place Kinect for Xbox 360 virtually anywhere in your living space.

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* Floor Stand for Kinect, SRP: $29.99 – With a large tripod base and secure locking mechanism, the Floor Stand is designed to allow the Kinect Sensor to be elevated above the floor to help protect the Kinect for Xbox 360 from foot traffic and dirt.

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