Magma Glove Delivers Active Heating to Elevate Gaming Performance

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GamerTech has unveiled the Magma Glove, a new wearable product that is said to boost the performance of gamers and keep their motor skills sharp by delivering active heating to exactly where they need it. Featuring three heat settings and timed cycles, the product is headlined by its Thin Film Thermal Regulation (TFTR) Technology, which leverages integrated Graphene and reflective layers for empowering gamers.

Gamertech on its TFTR tech:

  • “The platform is the hallmark technology behind Magma Glove, GamerTech’s innovative performance wearable designed to improve gaming performance.”
  • “Graphene is a very thin sheet of carbon that has many remarkable features, such as being able to carry electricity and heat very well and being very strong and flexible.”
  • “Active heat zones refer to specific areas on the glove that are coated with graphene. This coating helps to dissipate the heat, allowing for greater thermal comfort.”
  • “In addition to this, the gloves are equipped with a reflective layer that aids in energy conservation. All these features combined make TFTR the most advanced heating platform of its kind.”

A look at the glove:

GamerTech brought its glove to PAX East in March, when it said the following:

Designed with every gamer in mind, the Magma Glove is equipped with cutting-edge technology that takes performance, comfort and accuracy to the next level. Thin Film Thermal Regeneration Technology uses precise targeting to provide active heat to key areas on the hand and wrist, enhancing the gaming experience from practice to professional play. Three customizable heat settings and intelligent timed cycles ensure comfort without compromising gameplay. Plus, with valuable feedback from Oxygen Esports athletes, the Magma Glove is battle-tested.


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Tsing Mui
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