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    Default Valve's new look Steam Controller

    Days before the Game Developers Conference kicks off in San Francisco, Valve sent its latest Steam Controller prototype to WIRED. The new controller was meant to feature a touchscreen in the center, with four buttons around it, but the new one still doesn't feature a touchscreen.



    Instead, it has morphed into more of a traditional console controller, with two diamond-shaped arrays of buttons. It looks (at least in the picture) a little more comfortable than the first Steam Controller, but I would've liked to have seen a touchscreen on the controller. The circular touchpads are still in play, which match both the precision and resolution of a mouse, giving gamers more precision than traditional controllers.
    Source: Valve's latest Steam Controller now looks more like a controller | TweakTown
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    Default Re: Valve's new look Steam Controller

    I feel like it's great in design, but the fact that it mimics all other controllers is a bit dissapointing, for the device that is going to revolutionalize Linux Gaming, i wanted more pisaz. But on the bright side, the analog "sticks" are something different.
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    Default Re: Valve's new look Steam Controller

    Look's funky to me.

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    i like it
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