Earlier this week, the media revealed that Microsoft is developing a special auxiliary Xbox One controller designed for users with two handicapped hands. Now Microsoft is officially open to the peripheral product -Xbox Adaptive Controller, with a total of 19 programmable positions, including two large disk shaped buttons, a matching rocker, an external switch and a key, and so on. Support Xbox One and Windows 10 PC.
On the left side, there are three signal lights similar to the previously leaked elite handle v1.5, which is used to identify which key configuration is currently used; on the left, the USB interface and the 3.5mm headset interface. The price is $100 and will be available later this year.