We have talked briefly about the Razer Onza controller for the Xbox 360. The Onza was the first foray outside of PC controllers for Razer and it’s a nice first product. The Onza comes in two versions included a Tournament edition and the standard edition.
Both of the controllers share the same basic features with a precision D-pad, enhanced ergonomics, two programmable buttons, and a 15-foot long braded cable. The standard version has a textured surface for better grip and the Tournament edition has a rubberized body for better grip.
The main difference other than the coating on the controller body is that the Tournament edition has adjustable resistance on both analog sticks for optimal precision. The tournament edition is already sold out for pre-order units at $49.99. The standard version can still be pre-ordered for $39.99.