New Xbox 360 controller with Transforming D-Pad

Microsoft already listed on Xbox site their new Xbox 360 Wireless controller, which has “improved”  D-pad, that can transforms from a plus to a disc for a better precision, accuracy, and control for both directional and sweeping movements.

The new wireless controller also feature special edition matte silver color,  concave analog sticks and gray A,B,X,Y buttons and comes complete with a Play and Charge kit. It will be starting from November 9th for US $64.99.

Wireless Controller with Transforming D-Pad

Xbox 360 Wireless Controller with Transforming D-Pad

Features:

  • Matte silver controller contains a transforming D-pad that can be rotated to adapt to the user’s gameplay, offering unrivaled precision. Use the D-pad in “plus” format for cardinal directional moves. Use the D-pad in “disc” format for sweeping moves
  • Includes Play and Charge cable for continuous gameplay and up to 35 hours of play per charge
  • 2.4GHz wireless technology with 30-foot range
  • Use up to four controllers simultaneously on one console

Source: Major Nelson

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