On first sight it is easy to see that it is a controller for the Xbox platform with the Razer logo being black on black, yet on closer inspection there are other subtle differences, most notably would be the Dpad and the control panel at the bottom. The control panel features a remap button, profile toggle button, mute microphone button and a volume control button. At the base there is a 3.5mm jack that will support most headsets with a 4 pole jack.
Side on we get to see the trigger and bumper buttons as well as the relatively low height of the XYAB buttons.
Checking out the top side of the controller in more detail, we see that there are two middle buttons straddling a cavern for the microUSB connector.
At the back you can more clearly see the custom ergonomic shape as well the profile of the additional aluminium triggers.
The thumb stick shafts are made out of robust high carbon steel to ensure durability, the Dpad uses Razer's Hyper-response switches so each is an individual button.