Posted by marc June 15, 2016
Custom Xbox Controllers

While Microsoft's Xbox presentation at E3 revealed zero games I'm interested in (apparently I'm getting old), and left me scratching my head after they announced two new console configurations, one cool service was revealed that I'm actually considering throwing my money at. Just like sneaker brands have been letting customers customize their shoes with different colors and materials, you can now design your own Xbox One controller's color scheme. Better yet, these new pads are equipped with Bluetooth so they work out of the box with PCs. You can from a (somewhat limited) range of colors for the front casing, back casing, triggers and bumpers, D-pad, thumb sticks, and buttons. Check out a few I've put together below and try it for yourself right here. Each customized pad runs $80.

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