Last year, Microsoft introduced a custom input device for people with disabilities, the Xbox Adaptive Controller, and received widespread attention. As the name implies, users can customize the operation of the kit, make subtle adjustments, and connect to the controller via a 3.5mm interface. But for now, Logitech hopes that its logitech suite of Adaptive Games will help more people by releasing the Logitech G Adaptive Game Suite today.
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As a bundle, it contains several customizable buttons, triggers, touch buttons, and accessories such as a unified hook. It’s worth noting that Logitech also offers the same mechanical key axis as the G915 game keyboard for this adaptive game kit, with 1.37 / 2.55 inches of size options.
One of the hook pads included in the package supports a rigid connection and the other is relatively soft so that the user can place it on the table and chair leg stool. Of course, you can also connect them together to create a larger space for users to set up.
To add some personality, Logitech also offers two decals. One continues the Xbox’s keystroke style, and the other is a blank style for user customization.
The Logitech Adaptive Game Kit includes three small buttons, two large buttons, two variable triggers, and four touch buttons. As a collaboration between Logitech and Microsoft Inclusive Tech Lab, AbleGamers, Mount Sanai Center and SpecialEffect, the toolkit provides a great experience for people with disabilities Even the packaging is carefully designed.
Finally, the Logitech G Adaptive game kit will hit Logitech and Microsoft Retail Stores later this month for $99.99 (700 RMB).