Nacon Unveils New Range Of 'Designed For Xbox' Controllers

Accessory maker Nacon has unveiled its latest range of Xbox controllers, which includes two specially designed for Android mobile devices, and two for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and Windows 10 PC.

Let's take a look at each of them in turn:


Nacon MG-X

The two MG-X controllers are sturdy and include adjustable stands that securely accommodate any Android smartphone up to 6.7 inches. In just a few taps, the smartphone wirelessly (Bluetooth 4.2) connects to the controller and provides up to 20 hours of gaming thanks to the included rechargeable battery.

The MG-X is a compact model, which fits all hand sizes and is ultra-portable. With its gamerfocused design, it turns smartphones into a handheld console.

MG-X Pro

Nacon MG-X Pro

For an experience closer to traditional controllers, players will want to choose the MG-X Pro. With its two handles and traditional controller shape, it provides comfort and robustness to fully enjoy your favourite smartphone games.

Revolution X

Nacon Revolution X

Fully customisable and optimised for competitive gaming on consoles and PC, all of NACON's expertise in professional controllers has gone into the Revolution X. With full-featured software for creating profiles, a carry case, stick accessories and additional weights, it will appeal to the most demanding gamers.

Pro Compact

Nacon Pro Compact

With ergonomics tailored to a wide range of hand sizes, gamers will love the many customisation options available with NACON's Pro Compact controller. As well as enjoying all the classic features of the Xbox Wireless Controller, fans can choose a standard game mode or advanced mode thanks to the dedicated app available for consoles and PC.

The Pro Compact is a versatile and accessible model with many different settings usually found on professional controllers, including programmable buttons, stick settings and trigger sensitivity controls. It is an ideal choice for gamers looking for the best in comfort and customisation.

If you fancy getting your hands on any of these, all four controllers will be available in "early 2021" (no prices have been revealed yet), and Nacon says it will be sharing more details on them in the very near future.

Interested in picking any of these up? Let us know in the comments below.