There are a lot of noteworthy controllers for the Xbox One game console. Microsoft’s own Xbox One Elite Controller, for example, have all the bells and whistles that you could ever want in a game controller. The only problem is the price.
A lot of people want the Xbox One Elite controller because of its durability and of course, its features. The only problem is that the price is so steep ($150), that a lot of people are discouraged to buy it.
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But, if you really want a custom Xbox One controller but you do not want to dish out a lot of money, then I might just have the right controller for you.
Today, I am going to talk about the Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller. This controller by the peripherals manufacturer, Fusion, is great but without the heavy price tag.
First and foremost, the design of the Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller is a bit more futuristic if you will.
It’s got 4 clicky face buttons that provide quite a nice tactile feedback. There are also three buttons situated at the middle portion of the controller which are used to tweak different settings of the controller itself.
The area around the Thumbsticks and the V-shaped curvature at the middle of the controller lights up and you can tweak its lighting controls as well; more on that later.
The thing about Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller is that the controller is durable. In fact, the company went on to say that the controller has undergone a 4-stage testing regimen to ensure the durability and the longevity of the controller.
The company knows that people do some fits of rage when they lose in a game, for example, and they are aware that ordinary controllers will not be able to handle such things. That is not the case with the Fusion Pro A.
I am also happy about the Analog sticks. The company calls them the “Precision Analog Sticks”. They are slightly bigger than the ones you can find on the original Xbox One controller and their reason for doing this is that they want people to feel comfortable even after playing for hours.
The thumbsticks are ergonomic and they are really nice and comfortable. Plus, if you are gaming in the dark, the area around the thumbsticks light up as well.
If you want to program buttons and macros, the Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller also comes with 4 programmable buttons at the back.
You can program the buttons by using the Fusion Pro A’s software which you can download via the Xbox store or from their official website (if you are using the PC).
In the program, you can configure the button assignments of the 4 programmable buttons. You can assign different face buttons or you can assign button combinations as well.
And lastly, the Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller has a color spectrum lighting. You can tweak this feature using the software. You can choose to select a static color or you can spectrum cycle it if you want.
The Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller offers some of the bells and whistles found in more expensive options out there.
This controller is durable, has amazing and tactile buttons, accurate thumbsticks, and awesome lighting as well. The Fusion Pro A Xbox One Controller only costs $60.