Microsoft is intrducing its new Xbox Adaptive Controller for Players with Disabilities. The Devices which was leaked earlier this week has two large programmable buttons and 19 jacks which can be connected to a range of joysticks, buttons, and switches.
The controller enables the disabled not only to Play Games on the Xbox One but also Windows 10.
“I can customize how I interface with the Xbox Adaptive Controller to whatever I want,” says Solomon Romney, a Microsoft Store learning specialist who was born without fingers on his left hand.
“If I want to play a game entirely with my feet, I can. I can make the controls fit my body, my desires, and I can change them anytime I want. You plug in whatever you want and go. It takes virtually no time to set it up and use it. It could not be simpler.”
The Xbox Adaptive Controller Goes on sale later this year for arround $99.99 USD (73.98 GBP / 84.76 Euros / 6780.82 INR). For more information on the Design and development of the Controller, checkout Polygon article.