As the other Xbox One Wireless Controllers, the red edition is featuring a streamlined design, textured grip, and Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 PCs and tablets. It allows for custom button mapping and offers a 3.5mm stereo headset jack to connect any type of headset. If the red wireless Xbox Controller or the other standard colors are not fitting your taste, you still have the option to get your custom-designed controller via Microsoft´s Xbox Design Labs. For US$79.99 you then can choose from fifteen different colors for the controller´s main elements – Body, Bumpers & Triggers, D-pad, Thumbsticks, ABXY-buttons, View & Menu buttons and the backside. If you are fan of color, this allows for some trendy and joyful combinations like this here:
Microsoft to Release Red Xbox One Wireless Controller
The new red Xbox controller will be available January 10th for US$64.99 on the Microsoft Store. With the white, blue and green classic Xbox One controllers, gamers have now four color options available.