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Thread: The Steam Controller Works "Out Of The Box" On Linux

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    Quote Originally Posted by e8hffff View Post
    I hope the controller has a female usb port so that you can plug in an extension cable to your computer if you want wired or offer different configurations of options in cabling and addins.
    It can confirm, the controller got a female port. Here an unboxing video, that come to show it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by n3wu53r View Post
    If you look at the video quality I would say this was filmed in 2005.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iniudan View Post
    It can confirm, the controller got a female port. Here an unboxing video, that come to show it.

    Wow, it literally was boxed.

    I could buy the steamboz (sic) just for the box. Seriously.

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    I think Valve means what they say

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    The lucky 300 have started to report their first impressions in the Steams forums (groups Steam universe and The 300 Club (Beta)). Many of the testers complain that touch pads are too sensitive. It seems that the SteamOS doesnt have any means to adjust sensitivity at now. Some say that FPS games are better with controller than with a gamepad.

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    Will buy one just for SuperTuxKart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FutureSuture View Post
    Will buy one just for SuperTuxKart.
    For optimal STK experience, you need to buy a BMW. (some guy hooked up his BMW steering wheel and speed meter to it)

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