Razer Sabertooth Xbox 360 Controller

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Razer showed us some new cool stuff at the CES this year, amongst those cool stuff was a new Xbox 360 controller. One that might make 360 gaming fun again. It features 6 remappable buttons and an OLED screen. The finish is the same nice rubbery finish that’s on the Razer Onza controller.

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The analog sticks sensitivity is still adjustable, and this version features a detachable cable that screws onto the controller. Included is a carrying case that lets gamers store the Razer Sabertooth, along with the braided fiber cable, for transport without worrying about breakage.

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“The Razer Onza Tournament Edition gave Xbox 360 gamers a competitive edge,” said Min-Liang Tan, Razer co-founder, CEO and creative director. “We’re now taking things a step further with the Razer Sabertooth, with its re-mappable multi-function buttons and OLED display, restructured with more control options than any other device, in a rugged design that doesn’t compromise comfort.”

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Of what i got to try the feel was good, and with fiber optical cable there is obviously no noticeable delay. I like it even more than my Razer Onza Tournament edition. And i might just have to trade it in..

And if you are a current owner of the Razer Onza Controller you can get an upgrade for a discount!

The Razer Sabertooth Step-Up Program is Razer’s way of saying thanks, and giving back to the community. Current owners of the Razer Onza or Onza Tournament Edition gaming controllers will be eligible for a coupon code for a discount on the purchase of the new Razer Sabertooth elite gaming controller for Xbox 360 on the RazerStore. Owners will receive a discount code through email once they have verified the serial number of their Razer Onza or Onza Tournament Edition controllers.

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