Razer Onza Xbox 360 Controller – Resistance is Futile

Razer unveils  it’s wired controller Onza for XBOX.The controller has 2 variations,one the standard version,another tournament version.the Razer Onza Tournament Edition offers superior customizability with adjustable resistance analog sticks,while the standard version features backlit “Hyperesponse” face buttons, ana an improved d-pad and two extra programmable shoulder buttons.That what makes it different from the ordinary 360 controllers and Onza.With the addition of 2 additional bumpers you can actually program 2 buttons which prove to be a saver in many titles.

Twist the analog sticks in one direction to make them more resistant for steadier control, or twist in the opposite direction for quicker, fluid movements. Boom! He’s dead. Boom! She’s dead. You’re just too fast; nothing’s stopping you when you have an Onza in your hands.

Onza has made a smart move by bringing in the wired controllers for tournaments which means no lag time,and exact precision.

 

 

Features :

* 2 Adjustable resistance analog sticks
* 2 Multi-Function Buttons (MFB)
* 4 backlit Hyperesponse action buttons
* Precision D-Pad
* Non-slip rubber surface
* Quick release USB connector
* 15 foot, lightweight, braided fiber cable
* Approx. size in mm: 109(L) x 154(W) x 60.5(H)

The standard Onza will sell for $40, while the Tournament Edition will set back the realprofessionals $50.

( Source: Image, Razer)

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Steve Ballmer promising PC support for Kinect [Video]

Microsoft at CES 2011 has promised to bring their Kinect to the PC.

When Ballmer was asked by BBC “Will you plug-in the Kinect to the PC, will you go for that in the near future?” He has hinted to the BBC that he will formally support PC use of the Kinect motion controller in the near future, saying Microsoft “will support that in a formal way in the right time”.

And when the Kinect releases onto the PC,the sales no. will surely be dwarfed.There is a vast,not so exploited market for new interface for everyday computing.

See the interview :

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