The most recent Xbox Wireless Controller and Quick Charging Stand from Razer are on display, both of which have transparent plastics among other things.

For the Xbox One and Series consoles, Razer has developed a new SKU of its iconic Wireless Controller with a modernized appearance. The manufacturer of different gaming gear has had quite a few Xbox and controller designs that are similar to Xbox over the years, but it appears that the business has chosen to revert to something more standard for the limited edition of its most recent release.

While Razer occasionally chooses to use more muted color schemes and designs for their gaming hardware, it is most well-known for its harsh black-and-green appearance with RGB accents. This similar style may be employed in many different contexts, but it is uncommon to see it combined with translucent, see-through plastics in modern society. This is where the new Xbox Wireless Controller from the firm comes in.

Razer is announced that their most recent limited-edition Wireless Xbox Controller with a Quick Charging Station is now exclusively available for presale in the US and Canada, while Microsoft is experiencing a controller scarcity. This controller/charger combo, which retails for $199, combines Razer’s renowned aesthetic flair with the additional benefit of having many crucial elements of its chassis virtually fully transparent, which is sure to appeal to enthusiasts of transparent technology. However, the controller doesn’t have the Xbox Wireless Adapter and instead uses Bluetooth to connect to PCs, mobile devices, and gaming consoles.

The controller has a few significant upgrades over the Xbox standard design, and it connects to its charging station via a unique magnetic interface. In particular, Razer emphasizes the usage of impulse analog triggers, which should result in a more dynamic and accurate gaming experience overall. It is presently unknown whether this new controller SKU can block bullets in the event that it is necessary, despite the fact that certain Razer devices can.

It is important to note that Razer’s latest limited-edition controller is still primarily a standard wireless Xbox Series controller. It lacks features as compared to Microsoft’s Elite options, and even on PC, the impending PS5 DualSense Edge will have far greater capabilities. However, there are many worse options available for gamers looking for a tried-and-true controller that performs practically everything correctly.

Regarding its other business ventures, Razer recently unveiled a rival to the Steam Deck. The gadget will feature 5G connectivity to help support such a high-intensity connection, even if it appears to be more focused on game streaming options than native gaming capability. Pricing information and specifications regarding its hardware capabilities are still pending.