Constructing a greater mouse lure: OtterBox has solved the age-old drawback of resyncing after swapping out your useless Xbox controller batteries for a recent set. Certain, resyncing solely takes a second or two, however it’s fairly annoying if you end up proper in the midst of a boss combat.
The issue is that when your juice is depleted otherwise you take away the Xbox controller’s batteries (AA or rechargeable third-party energy pack), the controller loses reference to the console. It is unavoidable—or is it?
OtterBox solved the issue with its Energy Swap Controller Batteries. It’s basically a battery pack inside a battery pack. The best way it really works is a chargeable energy cell nests inside a case OtterBox calls a “cage.” The cage, in flip, suits contained in the Xbox controller’s battery compartment. The cage holds about 30 seconds of cost, simply sufficient time to swap out the primary energy pack.
The $60 accent comes with two battery packs, two cages (one every for Xbox Sequence X|S and Xbox One controllers), and a charging dock. OtterBox says every energy pack has about 10 hours of runtime. In addition they have LED indicators exhibiting the remaining cost, so customers could be able to swap on the fly or earlier than beginning a sport.
The Energy Swap kits launch subsequent week on June 15. You’ll be able to decide them up from OtterBox’s web site or its Amazon storefront for $59.95.