Both products should be released in early November.
The controller, as implied, will serve owners who use their console for its media center capabilities, including streaming and video/music playback via the dashboard UI.
Additionally, the remote can control live TV if you have it via your cable TV provider.
Microsoft is selling the controller for $20.
The Bluetooth headset will retail for $60 and include two ear adapters and a cable with a micro USB connection for charging.
Watch Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb with the headset:
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 27 Jul 2011 16:04