The Razer Sabertooth Elite Gaming Controller for Xbox 360 is the supercharged successor to the award-winning Razer Onza. Now, it has been restructured with even more customizability and control options in an all new, rugged design that doesn’t compromise comfort. An unprecedented six additional multi-function buttons – two at the shoulders and two removable rocking switches at the bottom of the controller – allow you to react to any situation or enemy instantaneously by putting more power right at your fingertips. The Razer Sabertooth lets you reconfigure your choice of buttons elsewhere on the controller to any of the six multi-function buttons. With an integrated OLED screen on the Razer Sabertooth, you get ease of customizability over the controller’s multitude of features. From programming the multi-function buttons, to adjusting the analog stick’s sensitivity, and creating profiles, you’ll be setting the controller up just the way you want it. The best professional gamers are masters of their equipment, not the other way round. The Razer Sabertooth was made to make sure you’re perfectly set up for winning.
Logitech Gaming Controllers (Rumblepad 2/F310/F710)
Logitech’s gaming controllers tend to rotate pretty frequently, but the Rumblepad 2 earned a lot of praise from many of you even though it’s technically not available anymore. If you really love it and prefer it to Logitech’s later models, you can still get it, but it’s ridiculously expensive compared to the Rumbleshock’s spiritual successors, the $20 wired Logitech Gamepad F310and the $38 wireless Logitech Gamepad F710. Since Logitech’s gamepads are designed for PC compatibility, they ship with out-of-the-box compatibility for Windows and plenty of drivers to download to customize and configure the buttons to work just the way you like.P