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Amazon's Video Game Controller Leaked, Images Inside

Posted on Friday, March 14 @ 08:00:00 Eastern by Alex_Osborn
Amazon's controller for its heavily-rumored video game console has apparently been outed by the Brazilian FCC.

The document includes a number of photos that showcase a traditional design with a button layout and form factor that looks strikingly similar to Xbox One's control pad. Check out the pics in the gallery below.



The controller will reportedly be bluetooth enabled and run on two AA batteries. Will the company release a play-and-charge kit like Microsoft has opted to do with Xbox One? You can count on it, as I'm sure Amazon wouldn't turn down an opportunity to make more money.

Amazon has yet to reveal its video game console, but with so many rumors flying about lately, I'm sure we'll hear something very soon.

[Via Zatz Not Funny]
Tags:   Amazon, rumor
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