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About the product
- Designed to enhance the gaming on Windows XP and Xbox 360 and deliver consistent and universal gaming experience
- Controller has the ability to control and set the standard for next-generation game controllers
- Provides sensation of wireless and doesn’t interrupt in your playing
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Gaming becomes more fun with Microsoft Xbox 360 Controller for Windows. It is specially designed to enhance the gaming on Windows XP and Xbox 360 and deliver consistent and universal gaming experience. It works across Microsoft gaming platforms. You get a real feel of the game with the vibration feedback. To provide you comfort, the controller offers award winning compact ergonomics. The thin and flexible cord provides sensation of wireless and doesn’t interrupt in your playing. This controller has the ability to control and set the standard for next-generation game controllers. It has precise thumb sticks, two pressure-point triggers, and 8-way directional pad for enhanced PC gaming. Also, you get integrated headset jack for PC headsets and Xbox Live play. The controller supports Windows 7, Vista, or XP with Service Pack 2, Pentium 300 MHz or higher.
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They looked clean and unused. I tested them.
Firstly, the buttons feel "off" from the two official controllers I have. I've noticed this with knockoff controllers... the left bumper clicks twice as loudly as a normal button. Makes up for how the right bumper doesn't click at all!
The right bumper in one controller works... the other it does not. Opening it up revealed the spring I guess inside of it just doesn't work. So I imagine the button in there is trash.
Cosmetically, everything looks alright. The X logo in the middle and the LEDs aren't as divided, so the light bleeds into the other regions while it's active.
Again, just cosmetic. I liked that a bit but whatever.
The analog sticks I like the shade of, but they feel a little stiff. Won't matter as I'm going to replace the inner circuitry with official controllers come tomorrow.
The drivers installed with no complications.
The wire of the controller is grey to match... but there's no breakaway dongle. It's just a USB cord.
But yeah. When it comes to knockoffs. These ones do feel sturdy. Perhaps a little "light" for one reason or another. I'm not too sure about that.
I imagine it's the rumble. I think the rumble might have lighter components to them.
Back of the label is slightly different from the official label. Mostly the official one has empty space, while the knockoff has a few more logos on it to fill this void. I didn't notice typos.
The top of the controller says "Microsoft". The official black controller says "360".
As it is... yeah they'll function, but... I'm not going to return these because finding a kit or case for the wired controller I imagine is harder than it is for the wireless. I like my wired ones.
Watch out for black controllers with grey analogs on them. :o
- 5 years and still going
- No hassle setup. Plug it in and it will work with most Windows games.
- Very comfortable layout, better than the PS3 if you have bigger hands.
- Pressure sensitive R2/L2 triggers. Gives more variation in racing games and things where the triggers aren't used as buttons.
- Wired, limited area of range (you can get the wireless version if you want though, so it's not really a con for me)
- D-Pad is hat switch instead of button inputs. Good for menus, not for in game control.
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