Wood and Aluminum S1 Video Game Controllers

Jul 1, 2015

Category: Tech

Following Microsoft’s latest controller unveiling just a few weeks ago, Kem Studio is swooping in for the one-up with the new S1 Video Game Controller made entirely of wood and aluminum.

Call it the game controller for grown-ups, if you will. The Kem Studio S1 Video Game controller, which is designed for New York’s gaming brand SON, is a modern spin on an old school controller. The controller has two joysticks, ABXY buttons and a digital pad for left, right, down and up. Its walnut face lets sweaty hands breathe during long gaming sessions, and its size is intended to be held by adult hands. There’s no word on pricing just yet. [Purchase]

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