With the highly anticipated Tron sequel coming in December 2010, Disney decided to get a few gadget makers together to design some futuristic Tron inspired tech. The result? Streamlined black gadgets with neon blue accents and an overall design scheme that is sure to satisfy all you Tron fanatics out there. Although most of these devices won’t be available until sometime in Fall 2010, we’ll fill you in on what to expect, after the jump.
Razer Tron Gaming Keyboard & Mouse: The Tron Gaming Keyboard features a smooth black finish with Tron font inspired backlit keys. It also has fully programmable keys with macro capabilities and a detachable modular keypad. The Tron Gaming Mouse has a 5600dpi 3.5g laser sensor and an ambidextrous design, making it comfortable for righties and lefties alike. If the keyboard and mouse aren’t enough for you, Razer has also designed a Tron Mouse Mat. The price tag on the keyboard and mouse have yet to be determined but are expected to land somewhere between the range of $100-150.
PDP Collector’s Edition Tron Controller: PDP has designed collector’s edition Tron gaming controllers for the Xbox 360, PS3, and Nintendo Wii. All three controllers feature vibration support, rubber grips, and fancy blue neon lights (Xbox 360 and PS3 controllers are wired, Wiimote is wireless). These Tron controllers are available now for pre-order, shipping sometime in October 2010.
Monster Tron Identity Disc Dock: Monster’s ID Disc Dock (compatible with the iPhone 4) is a 2.1 speaker dock, designed after Tron: Legacy’s updated ID disc. With its circular design and fancy double rings (they light up!), all the other iPod/iPhone docks out there can’t help but seem a little dull and boring in comparison. You can add some futuristic flare to your home with this futuristic dock sometime in Fall 2010.
Monster T1 Surround Sound Headphones: These unique Tron headphones boast 7.1 surround sound and are ideal for you gamers out there (although based on Monster’s other headphones, the sound quality may likely satisfy music-lovers as well). The T1 also features ControlTalk and an optional microphone. Slated for release sometime this fall, the T3 is an alternative in-ear option that will also be released by Monster. Not much is said on Monster’s official website regarding the T1 or T3, so the cost of these headphones has yet to be determined.
Kevin Flynn’s Light Cycle USB Drive: Although not much information is currently available about this Light Cycle USB Drive, Disney has it announced on their official Tron product page. We’re not sure if it lights up (yes please!) but we’re certainly excited to find out. More information regarding this geeky USB drive is coming soon according to Disney’s site.