ColorWare's Xbox One Elite Titan Controller is a thing of beauty. It features a custom gold carbon fiber graphic at the front, and a jet black gloss finish at the back. Production is limited to a run of just 50 units. The standard Xbox One Elite Controller retails for $150, but the custom paint job and the exclusivity of ColorWare's offering means that its Titan Controller is available for $299.
ColorWare describes the controller thusly:
Carbon fiber is a man-made material that has revolutionized the aerospace industry, auto racing and artificial limbs. Although carbon fiber is incredibly strong and lightweight, it also has a distinctive woven pattern that makes it appealing to the masses. Because of its appeal, ColorWare created a custom gold carbon fiber graphic for the Xbox One Elite Controller. This limited edition custom Xbox one controller with the gold carbon fiber graphics is called Titan.
This custom Xbox One Elite controller is not only heavier and more substantial, but it has three sets of thumbsticks varying in length and shape. It also has two d-pads. One shaped like the original and one designed for cross-directional movements.
To top it off, there are four detachable paddles controlled by a free Xbox app designed specifically for the controller. This app allows you to program the back paddles, and remap any of the 14 digital inputs from the controller.
Interested? Head down to ColorWare to check out the Titan Controller in all its magnificence.
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