Dell unveiled their second-generation Alienware Concept Nyx controller at CES 2023 today and this device is more than just for games. Starting off, there’s a hidden biometric sensor underneath the Alienware logo, which can authenticate users before they’re able to access profiles or custom settings. Now instead of a D-pad, there’s a circular trackpad that not only responds to gestures, but also offers haptic feedback.
Self-adjusting variable resistance thumb sticks lets users adjust their tension in real-time without having to mess with the hardware and the haptic feedback can be customized further for each game you play using the scroll wheels located at the bottom. There’s no word on when or if we’ll see this controller in stores, but Dell hopes that Concept Nyx can eventually be used for virtual collaborative spaces.
- Ergonomic video game controller with standard button layout including new share button.Officially licensed by Xbox for Xbox Series X|S and compatible...
- Wired Controller features dual rumble motors and mappable advanced gaming Buttons
- Diamond-texture grip on back and metallic d-pad on front
From infrastructure to devices, Dell is at the center of present and future workplaces and is focused on developing the tools that will be needed to navigate these spaces. Right now, this means bringing tools to market like a new generation of UltraSharp conferencing monitors and intelligent webcams with motion activated controls and presence detection, and building on technologies like storage, 5G, multicloud and edge that provide the advanced connectivity and infrastructure to allow organizations to shape how they work,” said Glen Robson, CTO for Dell Technologies’ Client Solutions Group.