As previously rumored, Microsoft is set to debut a brand new revision to its Xbox 360 controller, which improves the oft-loathed D-pad among other cosmetic touches.
The newly-redesigned and patented D-pad allows users to switch between the traditional Xbox 360 disc-like configuration to a more oldschool raised "plus" with a simple twist, as seen below.
In addition, the new controller features stylish gray buttons, a "comfortable concave design" on the analog sticks, and a unique silver-colored matte finish.
The controller debuts at retail November 9, and is only available in a wireless Play and Charge kit for $64.99. The official website is here and a demonstration video, courtesy Microsoft's Larry Hryb, is below.