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Xbox Adaptive Controller Available Today

By COLIN STEVENS, IGN

The Xbox Adaptive Controller, Microsoft’s flexible answer to adapting input for gamers with limited mobility, is officially available today.

Announced by Microsoft, the Xbox Adaptive Controller’s standard package can be purchased for $100, either through The Microsoft Store or GameStop Online. Extensions for the controller that can be tailored to each gamer’s specific needs, like the QuadStick, one-handed joysticks, foot pedals and more, can be purchased separately.


Freedom Scientific Announces FREE JAWS, ZoomText and MAGic Licenses in Hungary

Working with the IT Foundation for the Visually Impaired, Freedom Scientific has announced country-wide licenses for Hungary, which could benefit as many as 300,000 people living in the country.

Any individual or entity can now apply to the Hungarian government for a copy of JAWS, ZoomText or MAGic with a free annual license.


 
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