- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Batteries : 2 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)
- Product Dimensions : 10 x 8 x 10 cm; 400 Grams
- ASIN : B086HTX4JS
- Manufacturer reference : 1005,1006
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Tech specs Inputs A Button, B Button, System Button, Trigger, Thumbstick, Track Button with Force Sensor, Grip Force Sensor, Finger Tracking, IMU Ergonomics Adjustable strap with pivot, antimicrobial tech fabric Connections USB-C, 2.4GHz Wireless Haptics HD LRA Battery Life 7+ hours Charging 900mA fast charging, 1100mAh capacity Li-Ion polymer battery Tracking SteamVR 2.0 sensors, compatible with SteamVR 1.0 and 2.0 Base Stations Standard gaming inputs With a full complement of buttons, triggers, and thumbsticks, all of your favorite Steam titles will just work. With the new SteamVR Input System, developers and players can re-bind and customize controls for any controller with any game. Squeeze-ability The main body of each controller is your grip input, with built-in force sensors tuned to detect a wide range of forces from a light touch to a firm squeeze. This not only improves natural actions like grabbing and throwing objects, but introduces new interactions like squeezing and crushing. If a developer or player prefers the grip to behave like a binary button, they can do so with haptic output. Track button The oval button on the face has force and capacitive sensors so it can be used as a trackpad, a scroll wheel, or as a simple big binary button with haptics. The force sensor enables analog actions such as pinching or pressing. Designed specifically for open-handed interactions and longer play sessions. Open-hand interactions The hand strap allows you to open your whole hand to drop or throw an object. This strap is easy to secure, and it adjusts at three points to fit a wide variety of hands - so you can focus on the game, and not hanging onto your controller.