Xbox Series X controller now comes in stunning red

The Xbox series X has a stunning controller, even though it is close to looking like the Xbox One but it still has some great features. It features a better D-pad, textured grips, improved shoulder buttons and a USB-C port for charging. However, the Xbox Series X controller will soon have one major advantage over its predecessor: a slick red-and-white colorway.

Microsoft announced the Xbox Wireless Controller – Pulse Red in a blog post, and it’s exactly what it sounds like. This controller is identical to the Blue, White, and Black Xbox Series X controller that are currently on the market. Like other Series X controllers, it works with the Xbox Series X, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Windows, Mac OS, Android, iOS.

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“There are two drawbacks to this striking peripheral, however. The first is that it will retail for $65 rather than the standard $60 that the black and white controllers command. This shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone who’s bought the blue Xbox Series X controller, as that colorway also commanded an extra $5 premium,” says tomsguide.

Website: en24news

This device wont be out until February 9th, so if you need a controller right away, you’ll have to stick with black, white or blue.

“The one big flaw of the Xbox Series X controller (the Pulse Red model included) is that it runs on replaceable AA batteries rather than rechargeable packs by default. Microsoft has essentially passed a necessary cost onto the consumer, since it’ll cost you a lot more than $25 in the long run if you choose to use disposable batteries in the device,” says tomsguide

Source(s) tomsguide


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