Razer has cut its chops in the PC gaming peripheral scene for more than 10 years. The company is famous for its mice, but it has been steadily expanding into related categories–keyboards, headphones, speakers, and more. The Onza, however, represents the company’s first foray into the console scene, and it’s unlike any other controller we’ve ever seen. Two big features set it apart from a sea of me-toos: analog sticks with adjustable tension and mouse-button-style action buttons. The Onza is available in two flavors: the $50 (€50) Tournament Edition and the $40 (€40) standard edition, and both should be available shortly in both the US and Europe.
By comparison, the standard edition lacks a few key features–adjustable tension, programmable buttons, and backlighting. It does have the mouse-style buttons, but it lacks a rubberized finish and has a standard plasticized cord.
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