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Turtle Beach launches Recon Controller for Xbox

Looking for a new controller for your Xbox (or PC)? Then you might be interested in the new wired pad from peripheral manufacturer Turtle Beach.

Taking control

You might know Turtle Beach best for headsets. That’d be easily understandable, since they’ve been making headsets for consoles and the PC for ages, and have a pretty impressive history behind them. But, that’s not all they do. Case in point, the new Recon Controller for the Xbox.

Turtle Beach announced the controller’s availability today, and it’s a neat looking pad. The Recon is a wired controller, and includes interactivity with the company’s headset range. Weird? Maybe, but it also sounds pretty freaking cool.

“With millions of headsets being worn by gamers on Xbox, the Recon Controller is the best complementary accessory because it provides access to Turtle Beach’s exclusive audio technologies to any wired headset,” said Juergen Stark, Chairman and CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation. “The Recon Controller was designed with the same industry expertise that has made Turtle Beach the best-selling gaming headset maker for over a decade, and its unparalleled features and design will help it make a striking entrance into the console controller market. I’m proud of how the Turtle Beach team has once again delivered an amazing product, and I’m excited to have Xbox gamers get the Recon Controller in their hands.”

Juergen Stark, Chairman and CEO, Turtle Beach Corporation

The winner of several Best of E3 awards, The Recon is available right now for the Xbox series of consoles, and of course features Windows 10 PC compatibility as well. It’ll run you $59.99 USD. You can also go right here to find other cool controller for your Xbox.

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