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Xbox 360 Wireless Gamepad White

Platform : Xbox 360
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4.3 out of 5 stars 141 customer reviews

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  • 2.4 GHz wireless technology with 30-foot range
  • Built for lag-free play
  • Integrated headset port for Xbox Live play
  • Adjustable vibration feedback for longer battery life
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Universal, suitable for all
  • Media: Accessory
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000AYS8FA
  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 cm ; 499 g
  • Release Date: 2 Dec. 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (141 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 11,488 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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The new xbox controllers are improved over the previous controller. The sticks on the controller for a start are more precise and feel more hard waring. The battery life is good u should get a good 25 hours out of them and u can switch the console on and off from the controller too which is a great added bonus of the new controllers.
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Advantages: everything!

Disadvantages: doesn't come with a rechargeable battery...

I've liked games for a long time, since I was a little kid. I've used a lot of controllers before; pretty much all the Nintendo consoles, SEGA Consoles, all the Playstations and the original Xbox.

I use to be a Playstation man, but after my PS2 broke two times with laser errors, I had enough with Playstations and decided to get an Xbox. I remember waiting in the day it was meant to arrive, and I eagerly opened up the box and set it up. As soon as my hands clutched the Xbox controller (please note I purchased the Xbox a while after its release and my Xbox was shipped with the newer Mini S Controller), I fell in love with it. After my good experience with the original Xbox, I had to get a 360!

The Xbox 360's standard controller (both wired which is shipped out with the Arcade version of the console and the wireless version which is shipped out with the Premium and Elite version) fits in everyone's hands perfectly. When I say everyone's, I mean everyone's - from mine, to my girlfriends, my dads, and even my two younger sisters who are 8 and 13. They're suitable for the whole family!

The controls can usually be picked up from any shop that sells games, the odd supermarket and of course the world wide web! You can get them from Play.com for £29.99 with free delivery, and normally pick them up used at about £20. Although, I do recommend buying the 'Wireless Entertainment Pack' from Amazon.co.uk, you can buy it new from a marketplace seller for about £30 which includes Forza 2 and Viva Piñata.
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At first you may feel abit sceptic, its a wireless controller, surely it cant be as responsive as the wired version, it probably eats through lots of batteries, lets give it a miss and go for the chearper wired one...

Well, if thats what you think, you wrong on (almost) every point.

Lets start with the bad. If you use AA batteries, you will eat through them so quikly if you like playing your XBOX. I've gone trough 4 AAs in one day with one controller, so its definatly an idea to get the Microsoft Battery Packs, they last a few days and will definatly save you money on buying AAs.

But appart from that one down point, the wireless controller is as good as (well, better) than the wired controller. Its incredibly responsive, there is no lag what-so-ever, as soon as you press the button, it happens in the game.

And the fact its wireless is brilliant, you can turn on and off your console from you chair, it warns you when you have low battery power AND there is no cluttering from wires!!!

If you like gaming and you have/want more than one controller, then you must get wireless controllers, they are simply so much better (but remeber to get a battery pack for each controller).
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I agree with the majority here - this is a great controller. I find it similar to the s type but slightly more comfortable. The buttons and joysticks are placed very well and because of this my hands feel fresh even after a couple of hours play.
The batteries last a surprisingly long time so you have the option to keep buying AAs or go for the play and charge kit,
Overall i'm very impressed with the controller
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This controller suits my needs perfectly. I understand that some people have a gripe about it being smaller, however i have large hands and have had no trouble with this pad. It is noticably smaller and slimmer than the previous xbox's designs, including the 'S pad'. The buttons are better quality than before; they are more comfortable and move in and out easier, causing less finger dinting , even in long sessions of gaming. They are also set out in a better manner, the stupidly placed black and white buttons being replaced by the favourable 'bumpers'(essentially R1 and L1, digital buttons placed above the triggers). The batteries last for a reasonable amount of time, even when the headset is connected for long periods. There is no 'lag' or delay in between pressing buttons and the action being registered, as there was with third party wireless controlls for the original xbox. The only downfall is the price, especially seen as multiplayer wireless gaming is so good. It costs around £30 for a controller, which should reduce as time goes on, but for a full on 4 player sesh, this costs up to £120 if you replace the core edition's wired pad. Overall a neat piece of kit, if a little pricey. Works very well and looks and feels great. 'Nuff said.
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I didn't think a wireless controller would affect my game playing experience at all. I still sit the same distance from the screen as I ever did and the console is the in the same place as my PS2 was.

The lack of a wire between console and controller has now made my PS2 use feel restricted. With the PS2 I cannot lay on my bed and still have full control when watching a DVD. I cannot turn the console on by pressing a button on the controller.

All of this CAN be done with the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller. If you want to use the Headset while playing online it simply plugs into the bottom of the pad.

One thing it has over the wired Xbox 360 controller are that is has rubberised thumb sticks. It is also a lot heavier than it's wired counterpart, due to the battery compartment. You can either use standard AA batteries or the official rechargeable batteries. I would opt for the rechargeable ones from Microsoft and a Quick Charge Kit, perhaps with an additional battery so you can continue when one battery runs out.

It doesn't have motion sensors like the Wii and PS3 controllers but I think this is too much of a gimmick anyway.

A good controller.
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