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Thursday, 03 January 2013 22:05

Razer announces Sabertooth Elite gaming controller

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Pushes Xbox 360 control a notch further


Razer has announced a new addition to its gaming controller lineup, the Razer Sabertooth. Following the success of its predecessor, the Razer Onza Tournament Edition, the new Sabertooth takes Xbox 360 controllers to a new level.

The new Razer Sabertooth pretty much uses the same layout as the original Xbox 360 controller but adds six additional remappable buttons, two on each shoulder of the controller and two removable rocking switches at the bottom. The new Sabertooth comes with a built-in OLED screen which allows customization of the controller features as well a remap option for the multi-function buttons, analog stick's sensitivity and profile saving.

Razer was also keen to point out that the design of the Sabertooth increases actuation speed, reduces fatigue and encourages natural hand posturing and, when it comes to tournament-grade gaming, it brings quality materials and stringent quality control checks to ensure domination in that part of the market.

The cable is fully detachable and secured by screws. The new Sabertooth controller will ship with carrying case and is probably cream of the crop when it comes to Xbox 360 controller.

The new Razer Sabertooth is already available at Razerzone.com, while the rest of the world should get it by the end of this month. The price is set at U.S. $79.99 / EU €79.99 and owners of the Razer Onza Tournament Edition gaming controller are eligible for a coupon discount when buying the new Razer Sabertooth.

You can check out more here.

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