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If you are on Windows 7, 8, or earlier Please READ this before you purchase and save yourself the headache like I did. Despite saying the controller is for Windows 10, 8.1, and 7....it actually ONLY officially supports windows 10. It will not be recognized by steam and the majority of games and will do nothing if you are on Windows 7/8. There is some good news and bad news though. The good news is that this controller used to have support for windows 7/8 before Microsoft removed the drivers from their website for whatever reason. You will have to jump through a bit of hoops to get it to work on Windows 7/8 but it is possible.
The Steps: 1. Plug your controller into a USB 2.0 port. This is important because apparently it will not work with USB 3.0. You can use USB 3.0 afterwards 2. Google "Reddit xbox one controller windows 7 driver" and find the reddit post "Manually download Xbox One controller driver for Win7?" by "freefallgrue" (Should be top result) 3. Download the driver for your OS from the top comment by "Arthurxbr" 4. Install the driver (Continue to step 5 if it still doesn't work) 5. Go to start menu and type "device manager" in your run bar 6. Find the controller device -> properties -> driver -> update driver -> browse my computer for driver software -> Let me pick from a list...->Show all devices 7. Find the XBox One Controller driver and install it for your device (Continue to step 8 if this doesn't work) 8. Google "User-Mode Driver Framework version 1.11 " and install the Windows update from Microsoft 9. Google "Kernel-Mode Driver Framework version 1.11" and install the update from Microsoft Update Catalog (NOT from the Microsoft support site as they removed this driver from their main website. You have to get it through the update catalog which should be result #2 on Google) 10. Restart computer
Your controller should now work for Windows 7/8.
But remember I said there is bad news too? Well you can't use this via bluetooth for Windows 7 and 8. I couldn't find a solution for that at all besides upgrading to Windows 10. I bought this controller specifically to play wireless and will sadly be returning it. Funnily enough, I chose this over the PS4 dualshock because this controller said it officially supported Windows while the PS4 dualshock required 3rd party software which requires a bit of tuning. Turns out the PS4 dualshock 3rd party software had less headache than this controller and it works wireless for Windows 7 and 8...go figure.
Edit: Decided to keep this controller in the end and upgraded my system to Windows 10. Works perfectly with a $7 bluetooth adapter I purchased. At the end of the day, this is a great controller. Just not if you don't have Windows 10
We brought this because of it being wireless but my son can only use a certain button with the wire, I was impressed with the swift response from Microsoft chat tho, we ended up keeping the controller as my son is happy with the authenticity of the controller & he didn't want to be left longer without a controller if we returned it & waited for replacement.
Muy buen control lo agarre en oferta así que fue a buen precio, el producto me llegó rápido y sin problemas, lo uso en mi PC, con cable funciona sin problemas, en modo wireless necesitan tener Bluetooth 4.0 y Windows 10 para que funcione perfecto, tuve que comprar otro Bluetooth dongle ya que tenía uno no compatible y al tratar de emparejar me pedía código de emparejamiento y lo correcto es que no lo pida. Lo único que no me gusta es que sigue usando pilas normales doble A pero con todo y eso es un muy buen control.
I bought this after having bad luck with an amazon basics controller. so far its exactly what I expected, the controller is great quality and works perfectly out of the box. Its slightly smaller than I expected, smaller than the basics controller was. it comes with a 9 ft usb to micro usb cable which plugs into the back of the controller, which I use exclusively. I would have bought a controller with a permanently fixed cable if I could find it, but this was the closest thing. For the same price as the regular controller I got a regular controller with a 9 ft USB cord. Micro USB is a terrible connection though, always was, and although this is as good of an implementation of it as it probably gets the connection is still sub standard and delicate feeling. Eventually I will probably either damage it or wear out the connection until the cord starts slipping out easily. USB C would have been a better choice
The controller is a good one, and the capacity to use rechargeable batteries is great (get those over the packs which are nonsense). My use case is that I use it a lot with my Steam Link. Overall I love it, but I would have loved to have better power management options. The controller turns off on its own after short idle periods (15 mins I think) and sometimes getting it to reconnect after those "sleep" functions can be annoying (especially with the Steam Link). It also doesn't turn off (simply blinks a bunch) when using the "Turn off Controller" feature on products such as Steam Link. It also has no indicator for low battery, so you'll only notice the battery's are low when you start getting annoyed by serious latency and unrecognized inputs.
Been a PS4 user for the last 6-7 years, and this is the first time I've actually held an Xbox One controller. I bought this to be a bit more compatible with my new gaming PC, and have been nothing but impressed by how far this has come from the 360 controller. The haptic feedback literally improved my Forza 4 driving by an entire difficulty level out of the box as I could feel the road much, much better than with a PS4 controller, and I fully believe that this is somthing that Sony NEEDS to add to the upcoming PS5 controllers to keep up.
I took off 1 star overall because it doesn't come with a built-in battery, and for the price, I feel like it should. After buying the offical rechargable battery, I'm in over $100 total on a single controller - wtf. That's more than I paid for my Corsair gaming keyboard and double what I paid for my Razer gaming mouse. If Microsoft would drop the price about $15, or make the battery pack a bit cheaper, or a bundled option of some sort, then it'd be a full 5 starts, especially compared to the PS4 or Switch controllers. Overall, a solid effort by Microsoft.
The controller is well built. It comes down to preferences when evaluating a controller. My previous controller was a Razer and felt a bit better and handled better. But the Microsoft one is a decent controller for half the price. The Razer turn out to be be a piece of crap in terms of durability. The Microsoft controller is tough. Three things that need improving are the length of the trigger course, it’s too long; the firmness of the buttons, they are a bit wobbly and can prevent you from doing very quick taps; and the stick is noisy. It’s like that with all such controllers, I wish the sticks would have more spring and be a bit firmer. But when this one breaks down, I’m buying it again if it’s still in the same price range.
Compré la versión con cable, principalmente porque juego en PC y no tengo un adaptador de bluetooth, este control me sirvió para reemplazar un PDP, que si están familiarizados con el tema, es una de las marcas que hace controles genéricos con licencia para Xbox, no era malo, pero duró muy poco, un poco más de un año. A primera vista este control se ve muy bien, el terminado es bueno, solo que siento que podría tener mejores materiales, los cuales parece reservaron para las ediciones especiales. Los sticks análogos se sienten sólidos y al menos en apariencia, resistentes al desgaste y la fricción. Los gatillos también se sienten de buena calidad, con el peso necesario, los botones de hombro tienen un buen "click". XYAB me parecen normarles, ni buenos ni malos. Lo que no me gustó fue el cable y es triste porque es la razón por la que me decidí por esta versión, es muy delgado y pareciera muy frágil, siento que podría quedar atrapado en las ruedas de mi silla de oficina y con eso sufrir un daño interno, quizá no suceda, pero eso parece. Lo solucioné usando precisamente el cable del antiguo PDP, ya que es más grueso, resistente y por fortuna resistente.
En general es un buen producto, que por el precio, creo podría ofrecer un poco más, pero no lo hace. Cuesta el doble que los PDP por ejemplo, pero espero dure el doble o más. El agregado de que se puede conectar inalámbricamente es un plus nada despreciable y más si como yo, tienes amigos con Xbox y puedes ir a jugar halo con ellos sin necesidad de tener un control para el PC y otro para la consola.
Thought of getting a wired controller again after about a 15 years lol. Was going to choose a cheaper model, nonofficial xbox, (with additional feature not here) but a sale i believe came up, and this didnt cost much more than alternative. Im glad it has that official xbox controller feel. it has been slightly updated from my previous xb1 controllers. which is good. (i got this controller for my PC, others have stick drift and a faulty button after long time use) But the cord! My cord was bundled so tight in the packaging that its been bent/crooked by default. I havent used this controller much since its for my PC, which most games are mouse+Keyboard, but the cord already has been "disconnecting" more and more. (ive used this for less than 50hrs in total) It was bent from the start, here and there the connection wouldnt register after picking up/placing down the controller. At time of this writing, it drops periodically during a single use.
Do not wrap the cords so tight it ruins them Microsoft lol I assume i should purchase the rechargeable battery packs, wireless adapter, functional replaced USB wire etc all sold separate to sort this issue.