Microsoft introduces Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series

Microsoft has been aggressive when it comes to their Xbox lineup; they have been promising the most powerful console ever, Project Scorpio. The console is expected to be released this holiday season, and it will feature a six teraflops of graphical processing power, true 4K gaming, and compatibility with the Xbox One games and other accessories. Also, Xbox Game Pass will be launching over 100 great games with great gameplay. Microsoft has now announced Tech series for its Xbox Wireless Controllers, and the debutant of the series will be Wireless Controller-Recon Tech Special Edition.

Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series

Xbox Wireless Controller Tech Series
The new controller has taken its cues from the military design pattern and technology. It explores concepts including the ones from combat armor and sci-fi mechanical gear. Furthermore, the controller will also be premium finished and will come in laser etched texture, gold accents and also an insignia on the front of the controller. On the back of the controller is a textured diamond rubberized grip for added control and also comfort.

Apart from that the controller still retains your favorite features including improved wireless range Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 devices and Samsung Gear VR.
One can also make use of custom mapping feature via the Xbox accessories app that is available for download on the Xbox Store or even Windows Store.

Microsoft also has a great way to use the same wireless controllers. Called the Copilot the new console feature will allow you to use two Wireless Xbox controllers as if they were one. This is something that aims at enhancing the gaming experience and will help the kids play with their parents or even novice gamers who need assistance. The Copilot feature will be bundled with Creators Update later this year.

The controller is priced at $69.99 and will start shipping from April 25, says

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Mahit Huilgol has been using Windows on PC and Mobile since long. He has been following Microsoft developments from close quarters and loves writing about it.

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