Xbox controllers are available in a wide range of colors currently, but when it comes to a mix of red, white, and blue, this patriotic model designed by Razer makes for an eye-catching design. Inspired by Captain America and Anthony Mackie's take on the character, this particular Xbox wireless controller and charging station combo usually retails for $180, but right now, the Captain America combo pack is down to an astonishingly low $80. Much like Woot's deal on the Star Wars Stormtrooper controller, we expect this to sell out pretty quickly. Woot is an Amazon-owned company that offers free shipping for Prime members.See at Woot Razer Captain America Xbox wireless controller
It's worth stressing this is the official, first-party Xbox Wireless Controller--it just has a Captain America themed design. That means you'll get the usual great features: fantastic ergonomics. impulse analog triggers, durable face buttons that you can hammer away on, and textured grips for those sweat-inducing gaming sessions. Those textures can also be found on the triggers, bumpers, and back-case.
It sports a rechargeable battery and runs for around 12 hours on a full charge. The matching quick-charge dock can fully charge the controller in about three hours.
A magnetic contact system allows you to easily mount the controller, and a full charge takes around three hours. Of course the real focal point here is the design, which is officially endorsed and licensed by marvel. You've got Captain America's star-spangled colors spread across the controller, and they're accentuated by the subtle lines and materials that have come to define the artistic direction of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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