Other changes include grey A, B, X and Y buttons (instead of the original's green, red, blue and yellow), and the analog sticks have a rigidly indented surface. The controller itself is silver instead of white, with black accents replacing the grey. It will only be available in the new Play & Charge kit that is expected to reach US stores on November 9 for $64.99. Microsoft will show the device at PAX Prime in Seattle this weekend if you're in the area, and Nelson is giving a few away for free.
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