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Microsoft introduces new Proteus Xbox accessibility controller

Microsoft announced the new Proteus Controller for Xbox and PC on Wednesday, an alternative accessibility solution to Microsoft's own Accessibility Controller. The announcement was made on Wednesday to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day.

Per Xbox's official post on Xbox Wire, the Proteus Controller by Byowave is a new controller designed in close partnership with the "Designed for Xbox" team. The "snap and play" system used by the Proteus is a striking stand-out innovation in a controller space that has remained largely stagnant for years. Users are enabled to create a fully custom modular controller solution, with press photos including a brick that manipulates joysticks on its underside, or perhaps a one-handed approach to the controller. 

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