DEK Stabilizing Platform Boosts Video Game Performance

Pro Rider Pat Milbery Endorses Game Accessory

Dec 01, 2010, 08:00 ET from DEK LLC

WOODBURY, Minn., Dec. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Millions of video game users struggling with performance issues during snowboard, skateboard and fitness gaming now have a simple, fun and affordable solution to improve their experience -- the DEK stabilizing platform.

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Launching just in time for the holidays, the DEK ($29.99) is available at www.getdek.com. The DEK is tailored for PlayStation® and Nintendo Wii™ skate, snowboarding and fitness games, including Tony Hawk™: RIDE® and Tony Hawk®: SHRED. It provides increased stability while playing or working out and improves board to controller connectivity on any floor surface. Street-savvy graphic designs enhance the experience while the ShurFoot™ texture provides needed traction and an authentic street feel.

The DEK will also improve the virtual experience of the new Kinect™ for Xbox 360® games by simulating an actual skate or snowboard.

"Our online research revealed millions of comments regarding stability and communication consistency between the board and console," said Tim Beres, co-creator of the DEK. "We're huge fans of Wii and Xbox and saw a fun way to improve the gaming experience."

Pro rider Pat Milbery uses the DEK during board gaming and will be featuring it during the SO-GNAR Mighty Midwest Snowboard Camp Tour this season. "My board control was greatly improved with the DEK," said Milbery. "The DEK graphics make me stoked to play."

About DEK

DEK LLC is a Minnesota-based company focused on improving video game experiences through highly designed stabilizing platforms and other gaming accessories. The company is affiliated with Stillwater, MN based Modernistic, Inc., a national printing and graphics provider.

Disclaimer

DEK is patent pending, Consumer Products Safety Commission compliant and was tested by Environmental Monitoring and Technologies. PlayStation®, Nintendo Wii™ and Kinect™ are registered trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment America LLC, Nintendo of America Inc. and Microsoft®, respectively. This product is not sponsored, endorsed or approved by PlayStation, Nintendo® or Microsoft.

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