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SCOTTSDALE, ARIZ. —Hot Products Inc.com will develop and supply the NUON Media Stick Game Pad controller, which Samsung offers as a standard pack-in item for its first NUON-enhanced DVD Player, named the Extiva DVDN2000.
SAN RAFAEL, CALIF. —LucasArts Entertainment and video rental giant Blockbuster have signed a deal that will enable Blockbuster to exclusively distribute, for rental or purchase, the Nintendo 64 version ofIndiana Jones and the Infernal Machine in December. The game is to be distributed strictly through Blockbuster stores, its online site or LucasArts' online store. Blockbuster will list the title under its "Guaranteed to be There" program. The game carries a "Teen" rating for animated violence and features several enhancements over its PC counterpart, including game control, graphics, environmental audio and dynamic lighting, LucasArts said.
IRVINE, CALIF. —Western Digital announced it has won a contract with Microsoft to supply hard drives for the forthcoming Xbox future-generation video game console. The new platform is expected to ship to retailers in the third quarter of 2001. Under the agreement, Western Digital will ship hard drives to Microsoft in June 2001 and is scheduled to continue shipping through midyear 2003. Xbox will use a single-platter, 3.5-inch hard drive, based on Western Digital's value-line platform.
This TWICE webinar, hosted by senior editor Alan Wolf, will take a look at what may be the hottest CE products at retail that will be sold during the all-important fourth quarter. Top technologies, market strategies and industry trends will be discussed with industry analysts and executives.