An adapter to be launched for the Xbox One controller
We saw the DualShock 4 with a simple and to the point audio jack which was more like engraved in the body but on the other hand the Xbox One controller shows a proprietary port which is small factor and it was clearly not designed in a way which would connect to a headset without any help from a user. This is fortunately coming to an end since we have an amazing announcement from Microsoft that by the month of March, some new adapters will start selling with the help of which users will be able to connect their favorite can pairs to the controller. And all this will cost them merely $25.
The controller, with the help from the new adapter, will be open for the third party headsets now. And it’s not that simple as it sounds; the adapter has some useful feature such as buttons which allow users to manage volume levels and mute microphones. Without a doubt a multiplayer FPS addict would want to get his hands on this one.
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