Razer is back to the Xbox 360 with its latest release, the newly revealed Sabretooth controller. An update of the company's earlier Onza model, the Sabretooth adds some new, more conveniently placed user-mappable buttons and an OLED screen that serves a number of functions.
There are four "bonus" buttons at all, with two placed within reaching distance of the left and right shoulder buttons and the other two positioned on the underside of the gamepad for easy access. The OLED screen can be used to save various button coonfigurations as well as adjust the sensitivity of the two analog sticks (a carryover feature from the Onza).
Also updated is an improved tearaway cable and the D-pad, which amounts to four distinct buttons on the Sabretooth. The new controller carries a premium price tag of $80, though you can knock $10 off of that if you already own an Onza Tournament Edition.