PDP One-Handed Joystick for Xbox Adaptive Controller
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PDP’s One-Handed Joystick for Xbox Adaptive Controller is designed to be held in one hand and can be used combined with other inputs with the Xbox Adaptive Controller for additional game controls. The buttons on the Xbox Adaptive Controller itself or accessibility switches could be used for additional inputs to be pressed with different parts of the body, even replacing a second joystick input in some instances. This joystick can be used either in the left or right USB inputs on the Xbox Adaptive Controller to control either the left or right joystick input in-game It features fully programmable controls and thumb stick buttons with full AB/XY controls.
Human Interface Devices –Button 1, button 2, button 3, button 4, thumb stick
Position on PDP One-handed Joystick – Button 1 is on the front face where a user would rest their index finger. Button 2 is on the front face where a user would rest their middle finger, below Button 1. Button 3 is the front face where a user would rest their index finger, while the thumb stick is depressed. Button 4 on the front face where a user would rest their middle finger, below Button 1, while the thumb stick is depressed. Pressing and holding the thumb stick changes the function of the top and bottom buttons.
3.5 millimeter input
Color - Black