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Official Xbox One Wireless Controller

Platform : Xbox One
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4.4 out of 5 stars 958 customer reviews

Price: £42.44 & FREE Delivery in the UK. Details
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  • The best gaming controller just got better with over 40 technology innovations.
  • New Impulse Triggers deliver precise fingertip feedback for more realistic experiences.
  • Kinect will auto-pair your controller instantly, even when you hand it to a friend during a game.
  • We have streamlined the thumbsticks, D-pad, and contours for improved precision and comfort in your hands.
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  • Platform: Xbox One
  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1
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  • ASIN: B00CM1KT8S
  • Product Dimensions: 18.1 x 17.5 x 7.1 cm ; 531 g
  • Release Date: 22 Nov. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (958 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 243 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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By DARKcell TOP 50 REVIEWER on 23 Nov. 2013
The Xbox one controller has many new and updated features from the older 360 model. I will attempt to address the main ones below.

The D-pad is lowered and loses its border, the thumb-sticks have shrunk ever so slightly and moved closer together, the four main coloured buttons are now a lot easier to read and the battery pack no longer sticks out but instead is flush with the rear of the controller. Another big difference is that the ‘Start’ and ‘Back’ buttons are replaced with nameless pictures. The right picture, or ‘Menu' acts as a start button when you need it to, but also brings up contextual menus, dependent on where you are in the dashboard or game. The left button is called ‘View’. This changes the view in certain games, as well as providing more information when it’s available, which so far, rarely is.
The main difference in my opinion are the triggers. They are of a completely different design, and much more ‘moulded to your finger’. They have individual vibrating motors inside them as well, that sounds a little gimmicky, but works a treat. For example, when playing Forza 5, if your right wheels stray onto rumble strips or onto the grass, just the right side (including the right trigger) of the controller will vibrate. You could almost drive without looking at the screen. Almost. The shoulder buttons have changed too. They are now more of a ‘click’, and seem quite a bit harder to press.
The main ‘Home’ button (the big X in the middle that glows) is now further away from the user, meaning accidental presses in-game are a lot less likely, and it works. A single press of this button will take you back to your main page on the dashboard, this works irrelevant of where you are, and does it really well.
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I bought this for my PC since they released the drivers and I was a bit disappointing that it can only be tethered through USB and not wirelessly. Other than that, this controller feels great, the sticks feel great, the buttons feel great, the triggers feel great, the D-Pad is awesome and a far cry from the terrible D-Pad that was on the 360. Overall I think this is a worthy purchase and a more than worthy update to the 360 pad, but as I said before this won't work wirelessly yet so if you're PC gaming on a couch it's best to hold for the updated drivers.
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First of all, a commendable service and value for money from Amazon: £32 item and Free Super-Saver delivery arrived within 72 hours after purchase.

The controller is a more sleek, cleaner and comfortable upgrade to the XBOX 360 controller I owned for more than four years. For PC use, I appreciated the ability to use any micro-USB cable to power it, and when I was done I simply removed the cable and stored the controller elsewhere. The micro-USB cable is not included, but costs vary from £1-onwards.

Those who are purchasing the controller are either existing XBOX One owners looking for additional controller so this review may contain things they already know/felt, or they are PC gamers looking to diversify from their previous PS3, XBOX 360 or even PS4 controllers, or even new customers aiming to buy their first controller.

As a PC gamer, I wanted to know how this new controller (referred here as XB1) compares to the old controller (referred here as XB360) in terms of feel. The triggers in the XB1 controller feel lighter, but with enough resistance to modulate the triggers accurately. The longer shoulder buttons in the XB1 means your index fingers wrap fully around the buttons rather than your fingers having to arch further outwards to find the click, as was the case with the XB360 controller. It feels great in the hand with less obstruction from the D-pad in comparison to the raised D-pad and central XBOX home button of the XB360 model.

With the new D-pad, up, down, left and right is now easier to press. For games that use the diagonal directions, you must press up-left, up-right, down-left and down-right, therefore requiring two-button presses and hoping it was pressed cleanly.
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The Xbox 360 already had a great controller and Microsoft has overall improved on that formula. This controller feels light, sturdy and fits in the hands beautifully. The new d-pad is leagues better than the last-gen and is actually fit for fighting games now, and the new joysticks have a nice textured rim which makes them feel very "elite". The triggers are bigger and a nicer fit, and the shoulder buttons are now more "clicky", which isn't necessarily a problem but definitely something you'll notice if you came from a 360.

I only dock 1 star because I've had minor niggles with this one, it produces a slight click noise when I rotate the left joystick at certain angles, plus on my older one the Select button has become slightly stuck as dirt seems to have clogged it. Neither are major issues, but ideally they wouldn't happen at all. I've also noticed now the right-side grip has become a little creaky, maybe it wasn't assembled as tightly as it could have been?

Overall these hardly detract from the overall quality and performance of what I think is the most ergonomic of the console controllers. Microsoft's Xbox team have always made quality hardware and they continue to do so with this controller.
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