I am a big fan of Razer gear, and have played with more than my share of Razer PC gaming keyboards and mice over the years. But Razer has always been a PC gaming company in my mind. At CES earlier this month, Razer unveiled a cool new controller for the Xbox 360 marking its first foray into the console gaming market.
The new controller is called the Onza and it has two versions including the standard and the Tournament edition. The two versions share many of the same basic features like “Hyperesponse” action buttons which let you press buttons faster, enhanced ergonomics, dual programmable buttons, and a 15-foot long braided cable. Both of the things also have a precision D-pad.
The difference between the two comes in the tournament versions have a non-slip rubberized coating and adjustable resistance on the analog sticks. The Tournament versions goes for $49.99 (USD), while the standard version sells for $39.99. Pre-orders are already sold out, but hopefully they’ll be back soon.