Samsung reveals Replay Wireless Controller

Samsung Announces Gaming Hub Controller, Preorders Already Out of Stock on Amazon

Samsung recently announced a new Xbox-style controller for the Samsung Gaming Hub. Preorders are already out of stock on sites like Amazon and Best Buy, though they are still available on the manufacturer’s website.

Samsung reveals Replay Wireless Controller for smart TVs

The Korean electronics firm is the most significant player in smart TVs, and most now ship with a dedicated gaming hub app. With Xbox Game Pass now compatible with smart TVs, gamers no longer need a console to play thousands of games. The company recently announced its “Designed for Samsung Gaming Hub” program, partnering with companies to produce new gaming accessories. This includes its partnership with Performance Designed Products, which designed the new Replay Midnight Blue Wireless Controller.

Replay Midnight Blue Wireless Controller

PDP’s new controller adapts the Xbox controller stick and button layout with minor alterations. Users can launch the Gaming Hub from the controller’s home button, and it features built-in volume controls. It uses a built-in rechargeable battery that Samsung says will boast a maximum of 40 hours per charge. Meanwhile, its Bluetooth wireless connection has a range of 30 feet.

The Replay Wireless Controller is only the first of several licensed projects from this program. “Samsung recognizes the indispensable role of accessories in elevating gaming experiences,” said Jiho Ha, Head of Service Partnerships. Building on our already-high level of compatibility, the ‘Designed for Samsung Gaming Hub’ program will see us collaborating with trusted partners to craft accessories that further enhance the premier experience of the Samsung Gaming Hub.”

The company hasn’t revealed what other gaming gear the company’s partners are working on. However, the electronics giant plans to show more at the Consumer Technology Association conference, which began today in Las Vegas.

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