Alternative products to Steam Controller

7 alternative and related products to Steam Controller

Steam Controller
The precision of a mouse, the comfort of a controller
7 Alternatives to Steam Controller

A controller for gamers with limited mobility.

Create a custom controller experience that is uniquely yours. Designed primarily to meet the needs of gamers with limited mobility, the Xbox Adaptive Controller features large programmable buttons and connects to external switches, buttons, mounts, and joysticks to help make gaming more accessible.

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Plugged In | Microsoft Story Labs
In the early days of video games, input was simpler. Controllers just had a single digital joystick, or a rotating wheel, and maybe a button or two. But as the industry evolved in the 1980s and '90s, controllers, systems and games themselves became increasingly sophisticated and challenging to navigate.
Ars Technica
REDMOND, Washington-The Xbox Adaptive Controller (XAC), slated to launch "later this year," looks almost incomplete at first glance. The clean, confusing-looking slab, nearly the length and width of an Xbox One S, has no joysticks. The usual selection of Xbox inputs has been reduced down to a few menu buttons, a D-pad, and two black, hand-sized pads.
The Verge
Microsoft has announced the Xbox Adaptive Controller, an Xbox controller designed for people with disabilities. The device was leaked earlier this week. It has two large programmable buttons and 19 jacks that can be connected to a range of joysticks, buttons, and switches to make it easier for a wider range of people to play games.
18 Alternatives to Xbox Adaptive Controller

Bring keyboard and mouse to Xbox One

Razer Turret is the world’s first wireless keyboard and mouse designed for Xbox One—the Razer Turret. Equipped with our industry-leading gaming technologies, discover a new way to play in your living room.

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CNET
Even with Microsoft recently announcing official keyboard and mouse support for the Xbox One, we haven't seen a stampede of people hooking up PC gear to consoles. Razer hopes to change that with the now-available Razer Turret system. Originally announced late last year, the Turret is now officially on sale for $250 (£250).
4 Alternatives to Razer Turret

Modular mouse with ergonomics designed for left-handers

The left-handed edition of the Razer Naga Trinity will mirror the original with an ergonomic left-hand design, 3 interchangeable side plates with 2, 7 and 12-button configurations strategically positioned on the right of the mouse body. It will feature Razer™ Mechanical Switches, Razer 5G Advanced Optical Sensor with 16,000 DPI, and Razer Chroma™.

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OC3D
Razer opens a Kickstarter for Left-Handed Naga Trinity mice Let's face it; most modern PCs aren't made with left-handers in mind. Yes, some systems ship with ambidextrous mice, but we should all know that the left-handed community isn't offered the same levels of ergonomics and support as our right-handed brothers and sisters.
Ubergizmo
The majority of mice have been designed for right-hand use. Even if you're a lefty, chances are you've probably gotten used to using a mouse with your right hand (I have). However for those who are absolute lefties, the good news is that Razer has since launched its Naga Trinity Left-Handed Edition on Kickstarter.
6 Alternatives to Razer Naga Trinity
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