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Microsoft is adding a splash of color to its Xbox One gaming console with the release of two new controllers in red and green.

The red one has a two-tone matte finish with gloss highlights on the triggers, bumpers and D-pad, as well as behind the thumbsticks. Meanwhile, the second, green controller boats a similar design with a matte finish and gloss highlights on the triggers, bumpers and D-pad, however, this one features bright orange accents behind the thumbsticks.

The specs are identical to the original. That means including textured grips, improved wireless range and Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 devices or on the Samsung Gear VR.

Both controllers are available now in the U.S., exclusively at Microsoft Stores, microsoftstore.com, GameStop and Walmart for $64.99 USD. They will then be available at select retailers worldwide starting January 31.

Meanwhile, in other gaming news, Sony’s “Glacier White” PS4 Slim could be the best-looking console ever made.

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