SteelSeries has launched a wireless controller for Android and PC gamers. It looks like an Xbox controller, which might please some fans, but some might sway from it if they feel that it seems like a rip-off.\r\n\r\nSteelSeries will try to capture the heart of gamers again with another Stratus controller. This one looks like that it\u2019s from Xbox, but it will work for both Android and Windows PCs.\r\n\r\nThis new controller is appropriately named Stratus Duo. It\u2019s similar to Stratus XL. This new controller has better features because it is compatible with PC\u2019s Bluetooth, and it has a dedicated 2.4GHz. It will make gamers feel comfortable with its software-free experience. It\u2019s great that players don\u2019t need to install software; they need to pair their controller and play.\r\n\r\nThe company has also enhanced the ergonomics of the controller, and they\u2019ve utilized better parts such as the Hall Effect magnetic sensors.\r\n\r\nThe Stratus XL supports Bluetooth, but it doesn\u2019t have the features offered by its younger sibling. SteelSeries is claiming that gamers can play 20 or longer hours nonstop on a single charge. Its lithium-ion battery will make players happy. Those who are anxious that they might run out of juice while playing can plug their controller through USB so they can keep on playing while recharging.\r\n\r\nThe company also has a scheme of launching a SmartGrip accessory that will clip to the controller. It is adjustable so users can mount their smartphone. Also, the Stratus Duo will support Samsung Gear VR, Oculus Go, and Oculus Rift.\r\n\r\nThere\u2019s no need to struggle with uncooperative touchscreen controls. Gamers can enjoy wherever they are; they need to pair their favorite controller, and they can enjoy their favorite Android games on a more tactile manner. There\u2019s no need to fumble on the screen, and they have more quality time winning.\r\n\r\nTino Solberg, the CTO of SteelSeries has stated that the gaming ecosystem is progressing continuously and it is growing beyond the PC and gaming consoles such as VR systems and mobile devices. The Stratus Duo will allow its users to navigate easily across multiple gaming platforms via the Bluetooth and Wireless technology so gamers can have a genuine seamless experience.\r\n\r\nSteam and Windows recognize the Stratus Duo as an Xbox controller. On Steam, the controller supports more than 5,000 titles.\r\n\r\nThose who are interested with the controller can own it for $59.99. Those who want the SmartGrip accessory need to wait; it will be out soon for $9.99.