Steam Controller officially on sale in the US and UK
After two years of sketches and prototypes gaming company Valve has officially launched its Steam Controller on sale in the US and Britain. It sells for $50 and in UK for £40 in the Steam Store. Steam Controller is designed to make it easier playing a wider variety of games than traditional use gamepads. It has a trackpad with two tactile feedback link. Because of this, you’ll be able to play titles suitable for mouse and keyboard, but also for controller. Judging by the announced capability and promo video should play first-person shooters, no problem with the accuracy of a mouse and keyboard.
Valve say it will also be easy to write with softkeys and surf the Internet with Steam Controller. The controller includes two-stage triggers digital click at the end of analog pulling more realistic shooting weapons, and you can download and share gamepad configurations for different games to the Steam community. According to Valve with a pair of AA batteries Steam Controller can be used for about 80 hours of play, within five meters range of your PC. Shipping will begin in mid-October. The company also released a Steam Link device with which you can stream games from Steam console or PC to compatible devices in the same network. Steam Link has USB ports, an HDMI output and network cable port. Supports 1080p resolution and stream content at 60Hz. For a price of $50. This is promo video of the Steam Controller:
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