Valve has finally given us a look at their Steam controller.
Featured above, you can view the debut trailer for the Steam controller. Much like the previous designs we’ve seen, the controller has dual trackpads with HD haptics, and more.
Here are the key features of the controller:
- Dual trackpads
- HD haptics
- Analog stick
- Dual-stage triggers, each with 10° of travel, a magnetic flux sensor, and a tactile switch
- Gyroscope and accelerometer sensors enabling tilt-to-steer racing wheel functionality and other motion-controlled input
- Configurable controls
- Local multiplayer capability, as supported by games
- Wired or wireless (dual mode)
- USB 2.0 via Micro USB port (cable not included)
- Estimated 5 meters of wireless communications range. Actual results may vary.
- Provides up to 80 hours of standard game play using the included AA batteries during preliminary testing. Battery life will vary based on usage and other factors, such as type of batteries used. Actual results may vary.
The Steam controller comes with the following:
- Steam Controller
- 2 AA batteries
- USB wireless pairing dongle
The Steam controller will require a Steam Machine, or a computer capable of running Steam Big Picture Mode.
You can pre-order the Steam controller here, via Steam, for $49.99.