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About the product
- Unique design allows for easy, one handed use
- Include two Charge Blocks and two 1,200mAh batteries.
- Connect multiple Charge Blocks together from different platforms
- Power cable for the block can disconnect to charge the controller separately
- Plugs into any wall outlet or USB port for rapid recharging
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Conveniently store and charge two Xbox One controllers with Nyko's Charge Block Duo for Xbox One. The Charge Block Duo for Xbox One comes with two Charge Blocks, two 1,200mAh batteries and two replaceable battery covers. This allows for an easy drop and charge design, no cord, wires or plug needed. Connect multiple Charge Blocks together from the same or different platform to create your own customer charger. The power cable for the Charge Block doubles as a charge cable. No more low batteries during extended gaming sessions. The low-profile design allows for the Charge Block to fit easily in most entertainment centers while the LED charge indicator keeps you notified of the charging status. Connecting more than 2 Charge Blocks require a USB 3.0 connection
Top customer reviews
The charging blocks look really cool, your controllers will fit effortless and the form factor is very compact. You can even choose to plug it in to an empty USB port of your console or directly to the wall. The daisy system is really innovative: you can add more blocks to the chain and even combine blocks for PS4 controllers. Take in mind Nyko will release soon a white version of the blocks and battery covers to match the new Xbox One S controllers. I confirm that batteries and covers fit the new Xbox One S controllers.
However there is a con too big to ignore: the status LEDs of each block (a stripe on each side) are too bright. Believe me, they are very annoying. During the day it is acceptable, but if you play by night and you play like me with dim lights they will be a problem. They were even annoying me when I placed the block not at the side of the TV but in an auxiliary table at my side. They are specially annoying when charging, as the pattern is not a "pulsing" that fades gradually, but an abrupt on/off cycle every second. I ended up covering them with black tape leaving just a dot to have some feedback. If you do it carefully it will still look cool and no one will notice it, but I think this shouldn't happen in a $30 product that looks so premium.
Other than that hackable issue these work great