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Microsoft launches adaptive Xbox controller for gamers with disabilities

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Microsoft has revealed a video game controller designed specifically for people with limited mobility. The Xbox Adaptive Controller, which will go on sale later this year, can be used out of the box or customised with third-party add-ons. The product makes Microsoft the first of the major video game companies to release a controller specifically designed for people with disabilities. Previously, players who were unable to wield the standard controllers that come with game consoles relied on custom solutions, which

 

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