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Replaced my old 360 controller after the wireless dongle finally died. This one has worked well so far and imo feels better. It has disconnected itself once or twice when I've been using it for long periods, but mostly it's pretty stable. No issues connecting initially on Windows 10.
I will be blunt...I hate microsoft. I hated when they got into gaming I've hated almost everything they have ever done in gaming...that being said...this seems to be an exception.
while this controllers analog sticks are probably the weakest feature they work well enough. Where I was really impressed was with the considerations made for the end user. having a AA battery pack may seem like a bad idea at first but with rechargeable AA batteries this is obviously the ideal solution for no downtime and gets rid one of the most common points of failure for most controllers. the battery. The wifi dongle included with the controller works well I have never had an issue.
I also rather enjoy being able to turn any pair of headphones into wireless headphones via the plug on the bottom. it's honestly a better solution then actual wireless headphones. no more worries about having to make sure the headset is charged up. interference with other wireless devices or having to deal with a cord stretched over your play space.
the one complaint I have is the analog sticks. it mostly seems like in this department they are going backwards on purpose to make the "elite" controller more valuable. these sticks don't feel as graceful or precise as previous xbox controllers I have used so I can only conclude this is intentional since quality sticks are not a make or break to the cost of manufacturing. These feel like one step up from Mad Katz. so it cost them a star.
awesome product... only problem, as with most amazon packages, it was crushed. good thing i don't collect boxes. bad thing for future storage. TAKE NOTE: If your trying this for the first time in Win10, the wireless adapter will not work but is detected as "xbox acc". Do a windows update and install an optional "xbox - net" update. Without even restarting, the adapter is now named "xbox wireless adapter" and lights up when pressed.
I think the vibrating motors are broken somehow. They make a loud noise when they run and that noise sounds busted somehow. Despite that and the ever present "batteries in 2019" thing, it functions exactly how youd expect a controller to function.
The last controller i had only registers shoulder button clicks from the far ends so if you hold the controller with ur fingers too close to the middle, youd have to either adjust or press the button with your whole finger, not the tip like normal. However this controller registers on both ends of the shoulders so i can hold it however i want and works fine.
Will update if problems arise. Pro tip: buy rechargable batteries too. Not the play and charge kit. 4 batteries gets you 100% uptime. 2 in use, 2 charging at all times. Doesn't need to be a crazy expensive set or charger. Personally using enerloop and their wall plug charger. Comes with and charges 4 batteries and it was like $18. Hopefully i can find some use for them besides one controller but whatever it is what it is.
It states it works with Windows 7. It does not, or at least in my experience. I followed the directions for plug-and-play. The drivers did not load. I looked online for solutions. A few were proposed but none worked. After updating every driver I could think of (including the controller file) and getting Windows up to date completely I gave up and requested a refund. If anyone has a sure-fire solution to get this to work with Windows 7 I would love to hear it.
I have not tried this on a PC but use is all the time on my Shield TV. I've been a fan of the Xbox controllers from back when I had my 360 and never really got a feel for the included shield controller. I wasn't sure if I would need the USB dongle or not but decided to go with this package just in case. Turns out the Shield can directly communicate with the controller over bluetooth without the adapter. That just means I can use the adapter on my pc for more casual gaming. Overall a big improvement for me on the Shield.