Are you tired of being out of shape? Think it might be time to cut way back on your Xbox 360 play, get off that darn couch, and go for a run? Well, forget it—Microsoft released its new wireless controller for the Xbox 360 today.
As you can see from the picture below, the controller hasn't changed since Microsoft previewed it in August:
The controller features a d-pad that can be used in "plus" format for directional moves or "disc" format for sweeping moves, up to 35 hours of play per charge, and a 30-foot range. Microsoft sells the thing for $64.99 and bundles it exclusively with the new Play & Charge Kit. Users with an Xbox 360 wireless receiver connected to their computer can use the controller for PC gaming, as well.
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