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This controller feels great to use and the sticks are nice, there is an important caveat though: About 1 in 10 of these controllers has a faulty A button, where A and only A sometimes doesn't respond to inputs. This means you will attempt to jump, open a door, etc.. and the controller just wont work. It crops up most when you haven't hit the button for a while. You can google "Xbox One Controller A Button" for further evidence, its widespread.
I ordered one that had this problem, same exact failings on PC on Steamlink and on console. I will try to return, waiting on a replacement now, and If this next one is busted, my review will go down considerably. Both from 2 different vendors, one Prime and one not. Pay close attention to the seller and their policy, since there is a fair chance you will need a replace/refund.
Further notes about design- I could not get the dongle to work on PC, despite frequently using this type of wireless tech and despite trying several online guides. A direct USB or Bluetooth connection will work just fine though. This controller does work well on Steamlink, but it seems to short out when directly plugged into the Steamlink's port, I recommend you connect it with Bluetooth and USB power the controller from another source (Like a USB powerstrip, unless you want to rely solely on *alot* of batteries.). Also, that Xbox light is bright af! I ended up putting a round glow-n-the-dark sticker over it to dull it down some, which actually made the effect look amazing.
All in all I wish I could recommend this controller highly, these are some of the smoothest sticks I've every seen and I aim well with them. If it wasn't for that A button, which is almost certainly a manufacturing/design flaw, this would be the best controller possible for PC or Steamlink play.
Bought he xbox controller with wireless adapter and it was great when it worked. Ordered it on Nov. 2, and by Nov 26th, the adapter stopped working. Windows no longer detect it (tried on 3 different pcs) and the white power LED that on it will no longer flash when plugging in. The controller itself was fine though via Bluetooth and wired, but i paid the extra money to get the adapter. Anyways, amazon was able to send me a replacement controller + adapter so kudos to them. Mcrosoft support did not provide any help at all and kept sending me to the page to replace my controller when its the adapter that is malfunctioning.
Potential Buyers should just get the regular controller and play via bluetooth or wired. I have very low expectation that my replacement wireless adapter will last..
The wireless dongle drivers did not automatically install on either of my Windows 10 machines (running 1903).
After some poking around online, I tried installing the driver manually. This initially failed because you need to find the right driver for your particular version of Windows 10 out of about 20 options.
I eventually found a thread on Reddit ("Win 10 and XBONE Wireless Controller Adapter") with a link that worked.
The dongle initially seemed to be DOA due to the driver problems and its light not turning on. However, the dongle light doesn't turn on until you get the drivers installed and a controller paired.
The controller and dongle are fine. Giving it three stars due to the horrible setup process.
I bought this gamepad to use with my Win 7 PC. I also have a Win 10 laptop.
With the laptop, it sets up quickly and is ready to go. With Win 7 it is not recognized. I spent an hour trying to get a Win 7 driver for it, found a couple that were said to work but didn't, MS Windows Update was once the place to get the driver but no longer is.
In the end, I decided to send it back and settle for a EasySMX gampad (wired) that costs 25% of this unit and works fine.
The controller is comfortable, has a nice grip, but it's not quite as good as the 360 version--which I also found had a sturdier and weightier feel. Perhaps the most off-putting aspect is that the triggers and the bumpers are a bit too close to each other, which caused me to inadvertently press both on a few occasions. The model I ordered came with a defected left analog stick, which leaned slightly to the right, causing it drift upon use. I didn't want to void the warranty in an attempt to repair it, but I did try a few non-invasive methods, which unfortunately made no impact. I can't say how prevalent such issues are, but a bit of research showed that this isn't a rare occurrence. I'm in the process of returning it, and will not purchase a replacement. If you have a 360 controller for windows and are happy with it, I see no reason for you to upgrade--unless, of course, this model is somehow more aesthetically pleasing or the micro-usb port is a big deal.
I’m a little bummed out. For an authentic wireless Xbox controller, I would have expected at least a way to charge the controller but instead, I need to run it on two AA batteries and the there’s not an indicator when the battery is running low. I’ve had the battery drain out in the middle of my game play several times. I thought at least the USB cord would somehow charge the controller but it doesn’t. It only keeps the controller running while hooked up to power so I need to keep it connected to my lap top while I play. Kinda defeats the purpose of wireless doesn’t it? Maybe I missed something in the description when I purchased it but I didn’t recognize the section where it says you have to replace the battery every few days of frequent use. For the price, I wouldn’t recommend it.
I opted to pay a bit more and get a microsoft game pad because I did not want the hassle of having to troubleshoot a cheap controller by hacking drivers or having to work at getting it to work. I have had several cheap game pads in my day. Low and behold Microsoft can't make a game pad that works with their own operating system without me having to work and troubleshoot it to work. Wireless adapter appears to need drivers that are not included with the box or in the instructions. Leave it microsoft to disappoint what should be a slam dunk.
I bought this controller for PC gaming. Build quality, construction and comfort are some of the best I've seen. The issue that happens (basic google search will verify), is that this controller has disconnect issues on PC. The dongle will randomly stop working, you can un-plug and plug back in, and it'll come back . . . could be every 5 mins, could be once a day.
Given that this is a Microsoft product, running on a Microsoft OS, you'd think this would have been addressed by now. Sadly, it has not.
this controller is a decent enough controller for a various games that I own however seems that there is a loose screw or something loose just bouncing around in it. I haven't used the Bluetooth aspect but I also don't think it even has one came with a receiver and from time to time the connection between the two doesn't work. I wouldn't exactly buy this again unless there's a better quality brand of this