6th June 2018

Heber exhibit at the Park Avenue Open Day

The renowned Park Avenue Open Day saw Heber exhibit the latest USB gaming I/O controls and power supply units.

The biggest and most popular summer event in the UK amusement industry is undoubtedly the Park Avenue Open Day. Electrocoin and UDC opened their doors once again at Park Avenue, London with over 30 companies taking part and in support of the BACTA charitable trust. This year, Heber exhibited for the first time and took along their range of I/O controllers including the X100i and also their new Pluto power supply units.

The X100i has been perfectly designed to be added to any Windows® or Linux PC system equipped with a USB port and offers excellent value for game developers and machine manufacturers alike. Building on the success of the popular X10i, the X100i provides faster dual banked, battery backed RAM, improved architecture and enhanced on-board security. With the X10i and X100i, customers now have a greater choice for gaming I/O. To see more photos of the event, visit InterGame’s Flickr site here.

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