CES 2011: Razer Onza Controller For Xbox 360 Debuts

Posted: Jan 6 2011, 2:00pm CST | by , in News | CES

 
CES 2011: Razer Onza Controller for Xbox 360 Debuts
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Customaizable control for console gamers

There has always been a bit of tension in the gaming world between PC gamers and console gamers over what platform is better. Many of the companies that build some of the coolest gaming peripherals for PCs are also in the console market like Logitech. Razer has tended to stick solely to the PC market until now.

Razer has unveiled a new controller at CES called the Onza that is specifically for the Xbox 360. The controller has a standard looking layout compared to the Xbox factory controllers and uses a wire from what I can tell. It has two adjustable resistance analog sticks and dual multi function buttons.

It has four hypresponse analog buttons, a precision d-pad and a non-slip rubber surface. The controller also has a quick release USB connector and the cable is 15-feet long so you can game from across the room.

The multifunction buttons allow the user to remap any of the buttons on the fly. The controller will sell for $49.99 and is going to go up for pre-order globally on January 17. The delivery date of the controller is unknown at this time.

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