Microsoft recently revealed the Xbox Adaptive Controller which is specifically designed for people with disabilities or limited mobility. This was a long-awaited product because over a billion individuals live with some form of disability around the world. Many of them are gamers or want to try it out.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller is a stunning product with a sleek design and elegant look. However, what if you wanted to customize yours? Luckily, Controller Gear allows you to do just that with its upcoming skins. You can choose from a variety of looks like wood, military camouflage, and celestial bodies. Currently there are nine skins to choose from, but you can also buy stickers that place giant "A" and "B" letters over the large buttons. A travel case and silicone protector are also available for purchase.
By now you’ve heard about the all new #XboxAdaptiveController! The ultimate way to customize your #gaming experience. Take your customization one step further by choosing the perfect skin to match. The skins shown here, and many more, are all available at https://t.co/X74kHb2pzs pic.twitter.com/YACzOZMhMA— Controller Gear (@ControllerGear) May 17, 2018
It's great to see that Controller Gear is offering a way to make the device look the way you want it to. Hopefully the Xbox Adaptive Controller will help more people get into gaming due to its ease of use and support for a variety of inputs. Mainstream products that make gaming more accessible are hard to come by so this is an excellent start.
The Xbox Adaptive Controller will launch exclusively through the Microsoft Store for $99 later this year. It will probably be available at other retailers after that. We'll keep you posted as soon as we know more. Until then, you can gawk at the gorgeous skins. Which one do you prefer? Let us know.
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