Razer announces new Xbox 360 controllers
Razer Onza Tournament, Standard Editions feature Hyperesponse technology
Gaming brand Razer has announced the release of their new Razer Onza Tournament and Standard Edition Xbox 360 controllers.
"We are extremely excited to finally offer console gamers the high-precision and tremendous detail that we have always done for the PC," said Robert Krakoff, president Razer USA. "So I recommend pre-ordering for minimal stress and safety issues, as riots and mass mobs are expected at Razers' retailers."
These controllers are built for the competitive gamer, the Razer Onza Tournament Edition is designed to be customisable, with adjustable resistance analog sticks. Tension can be modified by twisting the analog controls for more or less resistance. The four Hyperesponse action buttons are backlit and the control body is rubber-coated.
The Razer Onza Standard Edition has multi-function buttons on the controller's shoulders which allows for remapping of critical buttons to any location.
This is designed to increase the efficiency of the game control and aid those with disabilities unable to reach specific functions.
Both the Standard and Tournament controller editions feature multi-function buttons, Hyperesponse technology, PC compatibility, and a 15 foot lightweight braided cable with a USB connector.
The controllers will be available across the UAE from February 2011.