Xbox Wireless Controller (2020) with USB-C Cable - Carbon Black
- Modernised ergonomic design features sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort and effortless control
- Textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back case and a new hybrid D-pad give you accurate, familiar input
- Share button lets you easily capture and share content such as screenshots, recordings, and more
- Xbox Accessories app allows you to remap buttons and create custom controller profiles for all of your favourite games
- Standard 3.5mm audio jack enables you to plug in any compatible headset
- Bluetooth lets you quickly pair and switch between supported devices
- Included 9-foot USB-C cable allows for a wired gaming experience if you prefer
- Compatible with Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Xbox One, Windows 10 PCs, and Android and iOS phones and tablets
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Of the 179 reviewers who responded, 166 would recommend this product.
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- Big Improvement on a great controller,- April 23, 2021
It may not look like it's that much different from the Xbox one controller, but its a huge improvement on an already great PC controller. This Xbox controller is smaller, the D pad is redesigned, and it has a share button. The really big improvement is the latency of this controller is miles better than the original. Features Dynamic Latency Input (DLI) which helps reduce input lag. This controller also allows you to pair with more than one machine at a time. So you can use it on PC and Xbox without repairing it. Ive been using it wired on my PC. After switching to this Controller from the Xbox One Controller I averaged about 400-600 more damage a game.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- - December 5, 2020Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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- Works great on Windows 10.- February 27, 2021
I purchased this for use with my Windows 10 gaming PC (don't judge me, one game recommended a controller). The controller is comfortable (not as much as the PS5 Dual Sense though) and Bluetooth pairing was straight forward as expected. The only downside is that it chews through AA batteries. I will be considering Microsoft's rechargeable battery, but I am disappointed that Microsoft didn't just charge $5-10 more and build it into the controller. Charging $25 for a rechargeable battery of that size seems like a cash grab.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.