Wireless Controller - White for Xbox One
- Experience the modernized design of the Xbox Wireless Controller in Robot White, featuring sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort and effortless control during gameplay with battery usage up to 40 hours.
- Stay on target with the hybrid D-pad, textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back-case. Plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm audio headset jack.
- Connect using the USB-C port for direct plug and play to console or PC. Support for AA batteries is included on the rear.
- Seamlessly capture and share content with the Share button.
- Make the controller your own by customizing button mapping with the Xbox Accessories app.
- Includes Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology for wireless gaming on supported consoles, Windows 10 PCs, and Android phones and tablets. iOS support coming in the future.
Product detailsEdition:Core Controller - Robot White
- Batteries : 2 AA batteries required. (included)
- Product Dimensions : 5.08 x 5.08 x 5.08 cm; 444.52 Grams
- Release date : 10 November 2020
- ASIN : B08DF26MXW
- Item Model Number : QAS-00001
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Wireless Controller - White for Xbox One
Experience the modernized design of the Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue, featuring sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort during gameplay. Stay on target with a hybrid D-pad and textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back case. Seamlessly capture and share content such as screenshots, recordings, and more with the new Share button. Use the Xbox Accessories app to remap buttons and create custom controller profiles for your favorite games. Quickly pair with, play on, and switch between devices including Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Windows 10 PCs, and Android. iOS support coming in the future. Plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm audio jack.*
- Experience the modernized design of the Xbox Wireless Controller in Robot White, featuring sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort and effortless control during gameplay.
- Stay on target with textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back case and with a new hybrid D-pad for accurate, yet familiar input.
- Make the controller your own by customizing button mapping with the Xbox Accessories app.*
- Plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm audio headset jack.
- Includes Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology for wireless gaming on supported consoles, Windows 10 PCs, Android phones, and tablets.* iOS support coming in the future
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The box looked like it had been opened before. The seal was loosely put on, the box was ripped near one of the folds and the box was overall beaten up. With that said, it doesn't look like it was used for long as it is a white controller and there are no noticeable stains from use. However, there was something on the right thumbstick, noticed quite a bit of dust on the d-pad. When opening the box, you can tell the items inside were previously looked through.
Now you're probably reading this thinking, well if the controller works then what's the big deal? Well, I am about principle. If I had selected the "buy used for: $**" then I'd rate it 5 stars. However, I was under the impression the item I was buying would be factory sealed new.
If you to make sure that it is 100% brand new, I would recommend buying somewhere else other than Amazon. It would be easier to just pick one up at your local Wal-mart, Best Buy, Costco or Target.
Personally I don't have a console, I wanted something that would easily allow me to play games on my PC - especially games that were optimized for console controls, like say Monster Hunter World or Horizon Zero Dawn. Its worked absolutely great for that, with the one annoyance being battery life. A basic controller like this does not come with any sort of rechargeable option by default, you have to keep swapping in AA batteries, and you *will* burn through them quite quickly. I generally recommend having some rechargeable batteries around the house because you never know when you will need batteries, and thankfully I have been in luck. But its hard to not want a rechargeable battery pack.
I haven't had a chance to try them personally, but I would recommend checking out the rechargeable battery pack and charging docks if that sounds frustrating for you. It will mean your controller is always ready: but then again, if you have batteries handy, your controller should always be easily topped up all the same.
Above and beyond that, for some notes on the controller itself:
This new generation of controllers use a USB-C port over a micro-USB, and I am very happy to see this change. Micro-usb sucks, USB-C is becoming more ubiqituous, and it doesn't care the orientation you plug it in. If you decide to go the rechargeable battery pack, USB-C should offer you a faster charge. Lower energy bluetooth mode support means that it will stretch a charge further, but, again, expect to burn through batteries if you're doing long gaming sessions.
The buttons, matte bumpers and triggers feel pretty luxe for a controller: I upgraded from a very old XBox Controller with a Windows PC USB attachment, and I very much love the feel of this controller versus it. They've come a long way, and its got a great weight/fit to the hand. I'm not really sure how viable the Share button is for PC Gaming - I presume it probably still takes a photo that's easy to share - but I've never really utilized it myself. On the button front, the D-Pad is *very* responsive now. Its uber-clicky, and I really, really, really want to emphasis that element: It is absurdly audibly-clicky. It doesn't bother me personally, but its something to be aware of; anyone in the nearby environment is going to be 100% aware you just pressed that button. If you're gaming on a headset or what not for a quieter environment, the controls absolutely are not. I would say its more of a click than mechanical-keyboards are popularized as.