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5 Reasons To Get A Xbox One Elite Controller

5 Reasons To Get A Xbox One Elite Controller
If you game a lot and don’t mind the $150 price then the Xbox One Elite Controller is the ultimate gaming controller. It has several cool new features that allow a player to truly customize their own controller. It’s a great controller for the player that is looking for the ultimate gaming experience.
 

  1. Interchangeable Components
  2. The Xbox One Elite Controller has magnetic interchangeable thumbsticks and D-pads. It comes with several different options that allow complete customization for the best experience. It’s a great feature for the player that is looking for the most comfortable controller layout that gives you the best control.
     
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  3. Extra Buttons
  4. The Elite Controller comes with extra buttons on the bottom of the controller that are called paddles. These are extra inputs for the controller that can be mapped by the player. This can really give an edge by having more buttons on the controller.
     
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  5. High Quality Controller
  6. The Elite Controller has many quality improvements to the original controller. The main improvements are stainless steel thumbsticks and D-pads, enhanced grip, and a smooth feel to the plastic.
     

  7. Hair Trigger Locks
  8. Another reason to get the Elite Controller are the hair trigger locks. This allows for faster firing with each trigger pull. There is also a switch to turn off hair trigger locks if you don’t want to use it.
     

  9. Rebindable Buttons
  10. This is one of the coolest features of the Elite Controller. They let you rebind all 14 inputs on the controller. Finally gamers can customize controllers the way they want.
     
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I’d like to hear from you. Are you going to get the Xbox One Elite Controller or do you think it is priced too high? Let me know in the comments.
 

 

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