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Xbox One Media Remote

Platform : Xbox One
4.1 out of 5 stars 1,271 customer reviews

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  • Compatible with Xbox One and Xbox One S consoles.
  • Easy-to-use remote to control your entertainment.
  • Stays on, eliminating the need to keep turning on an Xbox One controller to control your Xbox One.
  • OneGuide button provides one-touch, quick access to all of your favorites in one place.
  • Control video playback for Blu-ray movies and streaming video on Xbox One.
  • Up to 30 foot range (straight line from console) and includes an Infrared (IR) transmitter and motion-activated backlit buttons.
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Product Description

Xbox one media remote EN/XC/fr/es AOC hdwr. Provides an extensible design that enables Service prioritization for data. Design that delivers high availability, scalability, and for maximum flexibility and price/performance. The country of Origin is united states.

Product Information

ASIN B00IAVDPSA
Release date March 7, 2014
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4.1 out of 5 stars 1,271 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #350 in videogames
#1 in Video Games > Xbox One > Accessories > Accessory Kits
#162 in Video Games > Accessories
Pricing The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.
Product Dimensions 5.5 x 6 x 1.6 inches; 6.4 ounces
Media: Video Game
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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By Vdub TOP 500 REVIEWER on March 7, 2014
I'll start by saying I really like this remote. It feels sturdy and is good of quality as you can expect from something primarily made of plastic. It does the job, and works great. I even like that it is smaller and simpler than my older Xbox 360 and PS3 remotes. I only wish they hadn't downsized it SO much.

I actually haven't missed the number buttons my 360 & PS3 remotes have. I never realized how little I used them until they were gone and it didn't affect me much. They are mostly just used for chapter selection in a DVD, where I usually just use the next/previous chapter buttons for anyway. The backlit keys are a nice feature that my black 360 remote doesn't have (though my old white one does). There are times when I wish some of the old functionality was here. I also liked the A,B,X,Y buttons so I could navigate through any DVD or game menus the same way as a normal controller without needing to figure out which buttons mapped to what functions. I liked my black Xbox 360 remote's separate power buttons for both the TV and Xbox. And call me crazy, but I also liked having an eject button. I suppose that one makes more sense to remove with a slot-loading drive though.

The button style is closer to the newest black Xbox 360 remote design, where they are hard and clicky instead of the older white Xbox 360 remote design that had soft, subtle buttons. I don't really have a preference as far as hard/soft buttons go, just pointing it out.

Probably the biggest con though, is shared between this one as well as all versions of the Xbox 360 one: infrared. My PS3 controller uses Bluetooth, so it works from anywhere in my house regardless of line-of-sight with the IR receiver.
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Complaints from my girlfriend about watching TV through the Xbox One have fallen to nearly zero since obtaining this remote. It has paid for itself in that fact alone. No longer do we have to yell at the Xbox repeating the same thing over-and-over like idiots (for further reading, check out the definition of insanity that is commonly attributed to Einstein). The auto-backlighting is great at night, but it is slightly hard to see during the day. This remote has two major issues. The first is that it has to see the actual Xbox enclosure - for whatever brilliant reason it doesn't directly communicate with the Kinect (this is a complaint separate from how the remote works in practice - once the Xbox receives the commands from the media remote, the Xbox then uses the Kinect to blast commands to your electronics). If you don't have line of sight to your Xbox console, the remote is useless. The second issue is the lack of ABXY buttons. Most of the functions are assumed by other buttons on the remote (i.e. the back arrow generally equals B/red), but not always and it isn't immediately apparent how to use the remote in some apps. Microsoft could have colored the backlights for those buttons to match their controller equivalents, colored the buttons themselves, or simply added explicit ABXY buttons on the remote.

Overall, this is a great remote and I highly recommend it.
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*** Update ****
Not 3 days after purchasing the remote, I started experiencing a problem with the Volume buttons not working properly, which apparently may be a widespread problem and not just an isolated bug. The volume button does not always register when pressed. I have to repeatedly press the power button and it may be detected maybe only every other push. Also If I just hold down the volume button, It's only adjust the volume up or down a little, then a pause, then a little more, then a pause, then a little more. Very annoying little bug if your relying on this remote for volume control. I've dropped from 5 stars to 4 stars. I still really like the remote but I do expect the volume to work normally and will have to contact microsoft about this issue. Maybe a bigger drop in stars is incoming if I don't resolve this problem.

****// End Update ****

The remote is about half the height of the 360 media remote. Very straight forward and easy to use. Has a soft touch feel that feels really good. The downside of the soft touch material is that it is a bit of a lint magnet. Remote picked up lint just from the packaging it came in and I had to wipe it clean first thing.

I'm still quite happy with the soft touch and think it will be great in the long run. The remote also has a sensor that turns on the backlighting when you pick it up without you having to do anything. The back light then very gracefully fades after about 5-7 seconds when the remote is placed down again. Very slick and the design akin to something Apple might do. Very good on Microsoft here.

To turn on Xbox you long press the Xbox logo button on the remote.

This is so much better than using the Xbox One controller as your remote control. It's just less work.
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I kind of hate this thing. Let's get the good stuff out the way. It's very well made, it looks great, and it is proportioned properly. It does work properly, at least insofar as it is supposed to operate.

My main gripes are 2 fold.
1) It's an IR remote. This means you have to point it line of sight directly at the Xbox One receiver. Why, why, why the hell is it an IR remote? The Xbox One controller works on a brilliant, low latency, low power proprietary WiFi connection that makes completely negates the need for line of sight. Opening SmartGlass enables interface with the Xbox over WiFi (technically over the internet and back, but whatever). Having an IR controller makes this thing so painfully low tech. I have to keep reminding myself to point it DIRECTLY at the Xbox. It's not a powerful IR blaster like the Kinnect, so it needs, needs, needs to be pointed in the right place.

2) It's got no capacity for using the X,Y,A,B buttons. If you need to actuate them, well screw you. You need to turn on the controller.

The whole point of having the remote was to rectify the one major problem I had with controlling my media setup with a controller, which was fast, easy to manipulate volume control. I would almost have been happy with a controller that just had a dedicated volume control. Hell, I would be happy if Kinect could just accept a voice command that turned the volume down more than 2 clicks at once.

For the love of god, why didn't you just make this thing better? I would have paid another 10 or more for a decent remote that behaved like the controller itself. It's so, so annoying.
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