LOS ANGELES (May 7, 2014) – AirDrop Gaming, a Michigan gaming startup, will showcase its first product innovation, the HipShotDot, at the 2014 E3 Convention. The gaming accessory has its sights set on improving performance for first person shooter enthusiasts.
The company’s first product, the nationally available HipShotDot, helps gamers aim faster, earn more points and get the jump on fellow shooters in multi-player matches. The first of its kind gaming accessory was invented by Tim Murphy. A lifelong gamer, Murphy developed HipShotDot using his electrical skills acquired as a radar technician in the US Navy, and his corporate experience as an industrial designer for a Fortune 500 company.
“With the level of competition and big money competitive gameplay increasing every year, we are aiming to improve gamers’ performance and overall gaming experience,” said Murphy. “We believe avid gamers will gravitate towards premium and super premium gaming accessories that will give them any possible advantage over the competition.”
HipShotDot, which works with every popular gaming console, is a patented, USB powered LED aiming assist device that attaches temporarily to a gamer’s screen. In first person shooter video games, where the environment rotates around a static aim point, the HipShotDot enhances the user’s vision of their crosshairs, making aiming faster and more accurate. In first person shooter games, every split-second counts, whether it’s to beat a difficult level in a campaign or earn points in multi-player matches.
The HipShotDot is now available nationally though several national retailers with an MSRP of $29.99. To experience the HipShotDot at E3, visit us at the INNEX Booth, #5536 West Hall.