The Xbox Design Lab lets you build your very own controller, tailoring the colors, textures, and more starting at $85. The controllers also come with Bluetooth equipped, making them a perfect PC gaming companion.
We have a vibrant thread going on over on our Xbox forums, where our forum members are showcasing their designs.
If you have an Xbox Design Lab controller, we'd love to see yours as well! Drop them in the thread above, and in the future we'll showcase some of the best in a round-up article on WindowsCentral.com/gaming.
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