This glamour carbon fiber Titan Elite Xbox One controller lets you stand out
If you are a true Xbox fan, then you have several controllers in your collection. Now you can add a new special edition, carbon fiber Xbox One controller that will definitely make you shine when you’re playing your favorite games.
Carbon fiber is a very strong and lightweight material, making this controller feel like a feather in your hands. When you’ll be holding this glamour controller, you will feel like a car race pilot driving a vehicle made of gold. The controller also features custom gold carbon fiber graphics for extra glamour.
When you invite friends over to play Call of Duty, they will not be too interested in what is going on in the game. Their eyes would rather follow your Titan Elite controller.
This controller is not only exquisite, it is also useful: it has three sets of thumb sticks, each having different lengths and shapes,and two d-pads. The first is shaped like the original, while the second is especially designed for cross-directional movements. You will also be able to fire faster with the Hair Trigger Lock feature and send your opponents to the grave. But the usefulness chapter does not end here, as Colorware describes:
To top it off, there are four detachable paddles controlled by a free Xbox app designed specifically for the controller. This app allows you to program the back paddles, and remap any of the 14 digital inputs from the controller.
If you buy this controller, your Xbox One collection will definitely be unique because only 50 such devices have been built. They are all numbered from 1 to 50.
How much does this Titan Elite Xbox One controller cost, you may be wondering? We’d say it has a fair price tag taken into account the quality of the materials used to built it. You can buy it for $299.
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