Microsoft's new Xbox Adaptive Controller recently went on sale, giving gamers with disabilities a new way to interact with their consoles. As Disability Awareness Month rolls on, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sat down in a new video to help explain how the Xbox Adaptive Controller brings inclusive design to those who have limited mobility, right down to the controller's packaging.

The Xbox Adaptive Controller features two large programmable buttons on its surface, along with quick access controls for various ways to navigate around the Xbox One UI. The real sauce, however, is on the rear of the controller, where there lie nineteen inputs that can be used with an ecosystem of peripherals that can act as replacements for the buttons you'd find on any Xbox One controller.

The Xbox Adaptive Controller is available now for $100.. For more, check out our hands-on with the Xbox Adaptive Controller for our initial impressions.

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