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It had dust/hair all over the controller and a couple of thumb prints on the joystick. I don't mind an opened product as long as it tell you that. It said it was a new controller when it wasn't. The controller itself is amazing, you can't go wrong with an Xbox One controller in my opinion.
These issues are common with FBA products (Fulfilled By Amazon) so I probably should have expected it. Really disapointed but as always Amazon are amazing when it comes to returns.
This is the second Xbox One controller I've gone through in the past two years. Using it wired to my PC, it occasionally falls off my desk. This is a 3ft drop at most, and any controller this price should be more durable.
The controller itself seems fine but the micro USB ports continuously fail. It no longer holds any micro USB cable firmly enough to keep a solid connection.
Incredibly disappointed, as the Xbox One controllers are my favourite ergonomics wise.
Won't be purchasing another Microsoft controller until they bring in USB-C.
The A button failed first now B button is having same problem. The buttons work but not all the time, taps don't always register, and holding the button down doesn't register properly sometimes as well. I've owned the controller for a little while but have not used it up until this past month and it already failing... I would expect this from a knock off controller but not a full price Microsoft controller. Will get something else to use for the one game I need a controller for on my PC.
Manette et chargeur fragile. Suport microsoft en francais presque impossible a joindre et le site web a un bug au moment de faire appliquer la garantie... bref on a pas vraiment le choix..... mon truc c est de me faire passer pour un commercant souhaitant faire une commande sinon c est vraiment la maison des fous des 12 travaux d asterix
It was a great controller in terms of comfort, but only had it for 8 months when the left joystick started malfunctioning. Sometimes without even touching it, it will pitch back or forward like it was pulled back or push forward all the way. Can't play games requiring slight touches anymore. This is my second Microsoft controller to have joystick issues within a year of a low amount of casual gameplay. For the Microsoft brand, I didn't expect my other off-brand controller to last longer than this one. I'll probably skip forking up the extra cash for the Microsoft brand and get the cheaper, more reliable brands.
Like the sensitivity of the joysticks but that's about it. Ears through batteries way too quickly. Doesn't connect when you have 3 Bluetooth devices connected at the same time. Built quality is cheap, creaking plastic. Shoulder buttons have too little resistance, activate too easily. Cord provided breaks contact so if you want to use it wired you better have another 6 feet USB cable on hand. Pairing with Windows 10 is a chore. Size is way too small for adult hands. Just buy a PS4 dualshock and find software which enables it for PC.
I bought it and mostly left it in the box for a couple of months as a backup to my 360 controller, the latter of which I've been continually repairing for years by replacing thumbstick modules and microswitches when they began drifting or missing inputs. Naturally, having a lot of knowledge regarding stick drift in particular, I did an initial test to see if the thumbsticks were centered on their digital origins. Nope. They were slightly off to some diagonal according to HTML5 Gamepad Tester. Whatever, probably not that bad in-game, given what I know.
I'm a hardcore gamer. I spend many hours playing Monster Hunter World and Street Fighter V, both of which require a lot of button presses. I started using this controller off and on about a month ago and then somewhat more often recently. It's literally been maybe a month of usage and now, the RB button keeps missing inputs when pressed.
I had a replacement RB button from a batch bought and used for the 360 controller. I opened up the controller, about two weeks after the warranty expired, and examined the PCB. Low and behold, two of the RB button's joints were soldered together and bridged erroneously with an excess amount of solder. Upon closer inspection, there was a lot of dried and dirty flux on the board around both RB buttons. I haven't confirmed it yet, but these "OEM" buttons are black, even though I've seen videos where white buttons were/are used (unofficial replacements also come in white or black). Did I receive a used and modified unit?
Whatever. I desoldered the OEM button, inserted my noname brand button (white one, which has been working great on my 360 controller), and it's working again.
It's a pain in the ass to open up this controller and I'm not surprised by any of the new design choices, which all point to yet another company not wanting its consumers repairing their own devices. Throw that device out and get a new one, you dumb bag of money.
I won't say this will be the last official controller I'll buy (especially from Amazon's distribution centers) because the simple truth is that all gaming manufacturers basically use the same components, so there's really no winning regardless of what allegiance you switch to, not that I have one. That said, learning more casual hands-on stuff, I'll just keep repairing stuff when needed because I want to minimize the amount of money I give companies that implement what always seems like planned obsolence into their products and devices.
I returned the controller 2 weeks after I received because it had an issue with the left joystick ( after 14 hrs playtime). Sometimes, after releasing the joystick, the last movement input kept going in the game eventhough it was back to neutral, which is a big pain.
Other than that, worked perfectly via Bluetooth on Windows 10. I only used the cable to update the controller software (very easy to do) with the Microsoft Xbox accessory app which is necessary to have a good wireless connection.
DON'T pay extra to get a cable since any cellphone USB/microUSB works to connect the controller to the PC, I tried it.
Bottom line, I return it and ordered the same one from Walmart (without cable). No issues so far with the Walmart one with 35 hrs in.
For the curious, the amazon one was made in China and the Walmart one made in Taiwan.
Trigger button are better then 360 controller, but the extra travel time at the begining of the button actuation is not ideal for fast paste game, but excellent for racing game.
1: Microsoft messed up, the Xbox 360 controller is better for confort regarding medium sized hand 2: I personally prefer the lower profile joystick of the 360 because my thumbs are not as high up in the air, which remove me a bit of my precision 3: quality of the component inside is really good, but the frame itself. the way this controller is designed is not high quality, it hit the wall once and broke up instantly, compared to 360 controller it survived several hit before starting to break 4: I hate micro USB, but props on them it fit tight into the port so it's a half down point. I hope they goes USB type C for the next console generation
It has props and cons, but I do personally prefer the Xbox 360 controller and a lot of people think the same way as ive seen so far, big no no Microsoft, redesign that **** or I will only buy 360 controller by then xD
Had this controller for less than a year for PC gaming. I don't use it super often. Right shoulder button was barely working after a few months. I picked up this controller to use today after it sat around for months and now the right shoulder button barely responds at all.