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Xbox Wireless Controller Aqua Shift Special Edition

Are you a gamer but also a collector?

Everything has collectability nowadays, from special editions and anniversary editions of your favorite games, and even your console controllers are coming in all different colors and styles. Making the special editions extra special. Xbox has just released their newest wireless controller in a stunning Aqua blue.

The Xbox Wireless Controller – Aqua Shift Special Edition features a color-shifting blue shimmer and swirl handles, giving the excitement of game play. Enjoy countless hours of fun while your eyes are pleasantly surprised every time you look down to ensure you are pressing the right button to see a shifting blue color.

With Xbox, you can have fun across Xbox One devices. And with Xbox Wireless built in, you get up to twice the wireless range compared with using Xbox One controllers wired or via Bluetooth®. Play games on your Xbox One console, then continue the action on your Windows 10 PC or tablet.

There are many benefits to picking your wireless controller as opposed to using the controller that is provided with the console;

Key Features

Aesthetically pleasing to all eyes

Pick your own controller instead of using the original controller so it fits to your hands best

Uses a new, durable connection cord for charging the controller when it is both in and out of use

Shares content easily with one press of the dedicated share button that hasn’t been part of previous models of wireless controllers

Comes in two colors

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

Wireless controllers are the most popular choice amongst many gamers as they are less constricting and you can be further away from the screen so your eyes won’t hurt. Picking your own controller has amazing benefits and the new Xbox wireless controller in its stunning aqua shift color.

Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.