Asus is releasing a brand new Xbox PC controller later this yr that has a built-in OLED show and a bunch of connectivity choices for PC. The ROG Raikiri Pro has a tiny 1.3-inch OLED show above the Xbox button that may show customized animations, battery or microphone standing, and extra.
The OLED show (128 x 40 decision) will largely be used for swapping profiles throughout video games, or for checking charging or mic standing, Bluetooth pairing, and operating textual content or animated wallpapers. The customized animations remind me a variety of the OLED show that changed the Xbox “jewel” on the revamped Duke controller in 2018.
Two buttons on the prime of the Raikiri Pro assist controller profile switching throughout video games, with button remapping, joystick sensitivity, and set off modes and useless zones all customizable with Asus’ Armoury Crate PC app. There are additionally 4 programmable rear buttons, set off locks, and a round D-pad.
This can also be the primary Xbox-licensed controller with tri-mode connectivity. That’s Bluetooth, a low-latency 2.4GHz RF mode, and wired USB-C. While it options the designed by Xbox branding, Asus describes the Raikiri Pro as a professional PC controller, and it solely mentions connectivity to Xbox Series X / S consoles by wired USB-C. That might imply most of the professional options will solely perform totally on PC.
The Raikiri Pro additionally features a built-in ESS DAC, a 3.5 mm headphone jack, and a mute button. Asus hasn’t supplied an actual launch date for the Raikiri Pro, nor pricing. All we all know is that it will likely be accessible in some unspecified time in the future in Q1.
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