NACON Introduces New Colours For Its Designed For Xbox Pro Compact Controller

TECH NEWS – NACON, a major player in video game publishing and designer of premium gaming accessories, is delighted to announce new colours for its Pro Compact controller for Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One and PC. The pastel blue, red and blue versions are available in Europe from 11 November. The Colorlight version will be available on 25 November.


Available as part of NACON’s “Designed for Xbox” range of controllers, the Pro Compact boasts advanced customization options (programmable buttons, stick and trigger sensitivity settings) usually only found on professional peripherals. With this model being 15% smaller than traditional Xbox controllers, the ergonomics are ideal for all hand sizes.

The Pro Compact Colorlight version has six integrated LEDs so you can fully customize the controller’s colours. With 25 colours available per LED, several thousand different combinations can be created, not to mention the range of effects available. This ensures that every player can have their own completely unique controller.

The Xbox Pro Compact has two modes:

  • Standard Mode, for gaming with the classic features of Xbox Wireless Controllers
  • Advanced Mode, for gaming with a customized profile created with the Pro Compact app* available from the Microsoft Store.

Technical specifications:

  • Officially licensed “Designed for Xbox” wired controller
  • Ergonomic, compact and lightweight structure and shape
  • Textured surface for superior comfort and maximum grip
  • Programmable buttons, sticks and triggers
  • Pro Compact app* available from the Microsoft Store
  • 5mm jack for audio and chat
  • 3m braided USB cable


* Online connection and Microsoft account required.

The pastel blue, red and blue Designed for Xbox Pro Compact controllers are available in Europe from 11 November. The Pro Compact Colorlight will be available from 25 November.

Recommended retail price of 54.90 euros.



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