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MICROSOFT B4F00014 Xbox 360® Wireless Controller
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For control items, you start with the standard blue X, yellow Y, red B and green A buttons. There are two thumbsticks, one on the upper left and one in the center right. There is also a directional (d-pad) in the lower left.
Next, you have a pair of shoulder buttons at the "top" of the unit, up above the other buttons. You also have a pair of triggers below those shoulder buttons.
Finally, you have a center X button that can be used to turn the console on and off, plus a "start" and "back" tiny white buttons on either side of it.
The unit has a rechargeable battery unit inside it, the size of two AA batteries. You have to buy a recharger set SEPARATELY that lets you charge up while you play. In essence you plug the charger into the back of the controller - and the other end into the USB port in the front of the XBox 360 unit. So you play with the controller "wired" as it charges up. When it's fully charged again, you just pop off the wire and keep playing.
The range of the wireless unit is 30', which is probably much further than anybody is really going to even try playing a game at. The wireless is much easier on your hand - no cable holding you down - plus it's a great help in keeping your gaming area organized. You can easily pass the controller from person to person, and visitors can come and go without tripping over wires.Read more ›
The big Xbox button only can turn on or turn off the Xbox system. I use Eneloops for the batts. Very responsive. It has a range of 30' which more than far enough as you usually just a few feet away from the screen while gaming.
Never before have my hands wrapped around a controller so naturally. Typically with a controller, you have to make your hands form to the controller in order to access all of the buttons, typically resulting in fingers getting jammed into each other uncomfortably or strecthed out across the controller awkwardly. With the 360 controller, my hands just mold into every angle of the design and my fingers effortlessly wrap around the controller's button layout.
The button layout is as follows: Two analog sticks, D-Pad, four face buttons, two triggers, two shoulder buttons, start & back buttons, and the Xbox Guide Button. I'd give the layout and button design a 10/10. Everything is accessible without having to move your hands from the controller and everything has a solid, durable design. The triggers are smooth and glide with the motion of your fingers and are truly perfect. The shoulder buttons work just fine and are easily accessible (these are where the black and white buttons the from Xbox controller S went). The face buttons have great spring to them and don't feel mushy like the Playstation controller. The analog sticks are an 11/10. Compared to the PS controller in which you jam your fingers into each other and trying to correct out the play in the analog sticks, the 360's sticks are awesome; firm, precise, smooth gliding, and simply perfect. The D-Pad is unchanged from the Xbox controller, which wasn't good to begin with. It works and get the job done, but it could be better.Read more ›
Also, I would highly recommend buying a used MS controller as a method of saving money vs buying a third-party controller. Third party controllers can have unreliable functionality, and no one enjoys it when they're at a party handing off controllers and no two controllers have the same feel. It's best to go with the MS product in this case.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works fine. Looks fine. Exactly what we needed. Had it for a few years now and it is still going strong.Published 25 days ago by Lashley M.
I had no complaints I received the controllerquickly and it works greatPublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It's an used one. Quality is very good. 4 stars instead of a 5 stars comes from the kind of dirty appearancePublished 1 month ago by Lily
It's a Microsoft brand 360 controller.. Works the exact same as all the others made by them.Published 2 months ago by Joseph Schuler