Official Microsoft Black Wireless Controller Xbox One V2
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- Experience the enhanced comfort and feel of the new Xbox Wireless Controller
- Get up to twice the wireless range than previous controllers
- Feel the action with Impulse Triggers and stay on target with textured grip
- Features a 3.5mm stereo headset jack that lets you plug your favorite gaming headset right into the controller
- Compatible with Xbox One, Xbox One S, X and Windows 10
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Language : German
- Product Dimensions : 18.4 x 18.2 x 7.2 cm; 760 Grams
- ASIN : B01L7PQBL8
- Item Model Number : 6CL-00002
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Experience the enhanced comfort and feel of the new Xbox Wireless Controller, featuring a streamlined design, textured grip, and Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 devices (Firmware update maybe required). Range compared to previous controllers, using the Xbox One S console. Impulse Triggers available in supported games. For best performance, updates may be required. Bluetooth capabilities require Windows 10 devices running the Windows Anniversary Update. Go to xbox/xboxone/controller-OS for more information. Button mapping available via Xbox Accessories app for Xbox One and Windows 10. Experience the enhanced comfort and feel of the new Xbox Wireless Controller Get up to twice the wireless range than previous controllers Feel the action with Impulse Triggers and stay on target with textured grip Features a 3.5mm stereo headset jack that lets you plug your favorite gaming headset right into the controller Compatible with Xbox One, Xbox One S, X and Windows 10
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For someone like myself who doesn't really like the idea of a raised left analogue stick, the controller was surprisingly comfortable. It is quite large and perfectly fit into my hands. If you do have smaller hands this could be an issue but for me it was great. All of the buttons are very responsive require reasonable force to press so I have no issue with accidentally pressing any. The triggers feel great and their are rumble motors inside of them, giving you that extra bit of immersion when playing which I really appreciate (for example: it will rumble when shooting a gun or driving a car). I do, however have 2 issues with the controller. The analogue sticks are a bit small for my liking but they are textured for extra grip, without being uncomfortable. Also, I feel like for the cost of the controller, there should be a rechargeable option for free. I understand that there is a Play and Charge Kit but I feel that the controller should already be rechargeable as there is nothing more infuriating than the controller running out of power during a game, especially if you haven't got any AA batteries lying around.
I don't really mean "broken" to the point it doesn't even connect. Here is what I mean:
- In the first one, (A) and (B) (which are my most used buttons) started getting stuck sometimes when pressed. I thought it was just sweat. After buying my 2nd controller I even bought a tool kit to open the first one so I could clean it from the inside; but it wasn't sweat, the rubber under (A) was torn and under (B) was simply getting stuck down. Unusable for Rocket League.
- In this one, sometimes when I press (A) or (B) it doesn't register; when it started happening I thought it was my fault for not putting enough strength into it (I do have light fingers), but after it happening so many times I realized that it was the controller. When it doesn't register, even if I put a lot of strength afterwards it still does not register; I need to release the button and press it again. Barely usable for Rocket League, but from the three still the one in best condition and the one I'm using right now.
- In the third one, the RT button started getting stuck after just three days of buying the controller. This is the button I use to accelerate in the game, so it really messes me up when it gets stuck. Again, unusable for Rocket League.
I was considering buying the elite controller for a more decent durability, but people told me they are just as bad (if not worse). Microsoft should use better parts for their official stuff.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 7 July 2018