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Xbox Controller Night Mode Dims Itself, Your Power Button, And Screen

Microsoft’s new Xbox night mode now allows users to dim their screen, power button, and itself. Although, still in testing by Xbox insiders, the feature should be rolling out to users soon.

This soon-to-be-released public feature allows a lot f customization. There are different levels of light dimness. To reduce light harming reactions, Microsoft is integrating an optional blue light filter.

Xbox has a new 'Night Mode' blue light filter, here's how it works | Windows Central

Xbox’s LED lights can be distracting, especially to gamers at night. Users would soon be able to turn off their power button light or dim it.

 

Xbox has a new 'Night Mode' blue light filter, here's how it works | Windows Central

Another smart feature in the Xbox insider beta test is the ability to schedule the night mode for the controllers and screen. Users can do a manual or automatic off/on of the night mode, this can happen at sunrise and sundown.

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Xbox wireless budget-friendly $99 headset has been around for a while now. Originally announced in March this year, they offer a more than average experience most gaming headphones provide at that price point.

Microsoft Launches Official Xbox Wireless Headset for $99.99 | PCMag

Microsoft boasts this headset will churn out 15 hours of listening time per charge. While a 30 minutes charge will give users 4 hours of listening time, and a Full charge in 3 hours time.

Although it doesn’t have an audio jack, which is fine for most people. The Xbox wireless headset is also not compatible with non-Xbox consoles, you can use it for your shiny PS5 console.

Microsoft uses the same design language used for its Surface headphones. The rotating dials on both ear cups are super intuitive. The left dial has an external mic for voice dialogue, gamers can adjust chat and games sound by rotating the dial.

On the left dial is the volume control, which can also be adjusted by rotating the dial. Sadly, the Xbox wireless headset has only passive noise cancellation, at $99 it’s no biggie.

 

Launch of Microsoft Xbox Wireless Headset with Rotating Earcups: Price, Specifications, Availability - India News Republic

The competition doesn’t offer passive cancellation, not to talk of active noise cancellation. Still on the right ear cup is a USB-C port for charging, and connectivity using a USB-C to USB Type-A cable for PCs.

 

Xbox has a new 'Night Mode' blue light filter, here's how it works | Windows Central

For the screen, users can disable HDR at Night to reduce the overall screen brightness.

Microsoft Night mode will be a fantastic addition to help gamers reduce Eye bleed during long hours of Gaming. We would inform you when the light reducing mode becomes publicly available.

 

 

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