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Microsoft comes up with new Xbox wireless controllers and an adapter

02 August 2017 0

Good news for all PC gamers. There is something to which you will fall in love instantly. Microsoft has announced three latest Xbox Wireless Controllers and a new smaller Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10. Three new Xbox Wireless Controllers were launched with unique names which are really catchy. Green/Grey, Volcano Shadow Special Edition, and Patrol Tech Special Edition.

All these controllers are available on pre-order at $64.99 at select retailers worldwide including Microsoftstore.com. Green/Grey and Volcano Shadow Special Edition will start shipping from August 3rd, while the shipping of Patrol Tech Special Edition will start from September 5th.

The Green/Grey controller features a sleek, two-tone gray design with eye-catching green accents at the base of the thumb sticks.

The Volcano Shadow Special Edition is the new comer in the Shadow series. It flaunts a matte black top case and sides which fade with a fiery red metallic finish. The buttons, triggers, and D-pad have a glossy black finish with red highlights on the ABXY and menu buttons. The Patrol Tech Special Edition is the second controller in company’s Tech series.

This series is inspired by military technology and this controller has laser etched texture, silver accents and insignia are on the front of the controller. For added control and comfort, the back of the controller features rubberized diamond grip.

Also, Microsoft has finally announced a new Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 PCs and tablets. This is said to be 66% smaller than original adapter. This latest adapter comes with the ability to connect up to eight controllers at once and also offers wireless stereo sound support. The new Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 will be available in selected markets for $24.99 starting on August 8th.

Go and indulge yourself with this new tech stuff.


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