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About the product
- Compatible with Xbox One and Xbox One S. Compatible with Windows 10 via USB or the Xbox Wireless Adapter sold separately.
- New built-in stereo headset jack for add on devices like the Chat Headset.
- Now the controller can be updated wirelessly instead of needing to connect a USB cable.
- Feel the action with Impulse Triggers. Vibration motors in the triggers provide precise fingertip feedback bringing weapons, crashes, and jolts to life for a whole new level of gaming realism.
- D-pad design is responsive to both sweeping and directional movements.
- Contents: Wireless Controller and AA Batteries (2)
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Plug any compatible headset into the standard 3.5mm stereo headset jack. Works with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs and Tablets.*
*See our website for headset compatibility details. Wired PC/Tablet use requires USB cable (not included) and drivers available at Xbox website. Wireless PC use requires Xbox Wireless Adapter.
Experience the unique intensity, precision and comfort of the Xbox One Wireless Controller. Impulse Triggers deliver fingertip vibration feedback, so you can feel every jolt and crash in high definition. Responsive thumbsticks and an enhanced D-pad provide greater accuracy. Plug any compatible headset into the standard 3.5mm stereo headset jack. Works with Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs and Tablets.
Top Customer Reviews
In all seriousness though, this is an excellent controller and my son loves it, he calls it his Air Force controller, because I served in the Air Force and he associates all camo with it.
I don't care for the changes made to the triggers/bumpers. The triggers are slightly more difficult to use without accidentally tapping one of the bumpers, a problem I never had with the 360. I'm also disappointed with the new form factor of the controller. Compared to the 360 controller, the One controller is more angular, boxy, and less svelte overall.
Ultimately, I'm torn between the two. The 360 wired controller is still my daily driver on PC, but I switch over to the One if heavy use of the D-pad is involved. All that being said, I still prefer the One over things like standard Logitech or PS3 controllers. I'll update this review in the future if I ever sit down with a PS4 controller.
Bumper work fine and feel similar to the old controller.
D-pad is a vast improvement and has a nice "clicky" feel.
I was worried when I heard the controller was smaller than the 360's controller since I have big hands, but it fits perfectly in my hands.
Annoyed that it has a proprietary connector for voice chat. These will not work with 3rd party headsets like the Turtle Beach brand. Supposedly there will be an adapter released. This is why it looses a star.
Fit and finish is on par with the original and feels sturdy in the hands...
Unfortunately the Xbox One does not have a battery indicator yet, but you don't really need one. Regular, non rechargeable batteries last forever in this controller. I currently have between 25-30 hours on one set of batteries and they are still going. This is much longer than the PS4 controller's dismal ~8 hour life.
You can use regular, or rechargeable; Either choose the play and charge kit (overpriced), or just use any rechargeable AA system.