What is Designed for Xbox?


There are accessories in the Designed for Xbox program that are built for each of your Xbox-supported devices, whether that be Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows PC, tablet, or mobile. The sticker doesn’t necessarily dictate the price of the accessory either, meaning there are products available to cater for all budgets, unless it’s a Limited Series item.

Designed for Xbox highlights

what is designed for xbox list of brands

We’ve had a chance to play with a number of items from the huge list of Designed for Xbox accessories, such as headsets and controllers. Here are just a few of our top picks:

Headset — LucidSound LS100X Wireless Gaming Headset: The LS100X is fantastic value for its $100 price tag. Sporting an extremely long battery life of up to 130 hours, intuitive controls, both Bluetooth and Gaming modes, and three sound modes that offer some great bass feedback. They lack a little in the microphone department, but for the price and the adaptability they offer, we think it’s an acceptable loss. Check out our LucidSound LS100X Wireless Gaming Headset impressions for a deeper dive.

Controller — Turtle Beach REACT-R Xbox controller: We were really impressed with this $40 wired Xbox controller in our Turtle Beach REACT-R impressions, thanks to its comfort, additional ‘Superhuman Hearing’ technology for use with any wired headset, audio controls, and rear ‘Quick Action’ paddles. In fact, you’d be hard put to find a better controller at that price tag, and it performs admirably.

Cloud gaming controller — Nacon MG-X Pro Controller: Coming in slightly bulkier than the MGX, Nacon’s MGX-Pro offers a more contemporary Xbox controller feeling when playing your Xbox Cloud Gaming titles. It is an Android-only device and sports Bluetooth 4.2, so it’s not a direct plug-in like Razor’s Kishi, but we didn’t really notice any delay that wasn’t associated with cloud gaming during our Nacon MGX-Pro impressions. It’s a smart bit of kit and definitely beats having to clip your phone on top of a standard Xbox controller — it does come with a price tag of $80, though.

what is designed for xbox

Brands and products

We’ve compiled a list of the companies with Designed for Xbox products and what accessories they have on the market.

Brand Product Type
8BitDo Mobile, Remotes
Acer Displays
AirTurn Assistive Tech
American Girl Toys
Asus Displays
Astro Headsets
Audeze Headsets
Axiim Audio
Backbone Mobile
Bang & Olufsen Headsets
Cable Matters HDMI
Controller Gear Charging, Protection
Corsair Headsets
Fanatec Racing Wheels
Forza Designs Mounting
Geek Made Designs Mounting
GTR Simulator Racing Wheels
Honeycomb Aeronautical Flight Sticks
Hyperkin Controllers
HyperX Charging, Controllers
Hori Charging, Controllers, Headsets, Fighting Pads, Flight Sticks, Racing Wheels
Linksys Networking
Logitec Assistive Tech
LucidSound Headsets
Nacon Controllers
OtterBox Charging, Mobile
PDP Gaming Charging, Controllers, Headsets, Remotes
Philips Displays
PowerA Charging, Controllers, Mobile
Rack Solutions Mounting
Razer Arcade Sticks, Controllers, Headsets, Mouse & Keyboard
Scuf Gaming Controllers
Seagate HDDs, SDDs
SteelSeries Headsets
Turtle Beach Controllers, Flight Sticks, Headsets
Thrustmaster Controllers, Headsets, Flight Sticks, Racing Wheels
Western Digital HDDs, SDDs
Victrix Controllers, Headsets



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