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I received this maybe 10 minutes ago. I haven't tried connecting to my PC just yet but hoping it works. Will update later for connectivity.
The box looked like it had been opened before. The seal was loosely put on, the box was ripped near one of the folds and the box was overall beaten up. With that said, it doesn't look like it was used for long as it is a white controller and there are no noticeable stains from use. However, there was something on the right thumbstick, noticed quite a bit of dust on the d-pad. When opening the box, you can tell the items inside were previously looked through.
Now you're probably reading this thinking, well if the controller works then what's the big deal? Well, I am about principle. If I had selected the "buy used for: $**" then I'd rate it 5 stars. However, I was under the impression the item I was buying would be factory sealed new.
If you to make sure that it is 100% brand new, I would recommend buying somewhere else other than Amazon. It would be easier to just pick one up at your local Wal-mart, Best Buy, Costco or Target.
Using this thing at about 6 feet from my PC. There's a wooden desk between them and not much else. Works great most of the time and will randomly lose connection for a few seconds a couple times an hour if I'm in a particular orientation. I never had this problem with the previous model.
Its a touch hard to review just on the sheer basis you probably know exactly what you're buying from the get go: This is a basic xbox one controller. If you have an xbox one, you already have one of these. If you have a PC, maybe its something new, and in that case I have to say I quite heartily recommend it.
Personally I don't have a console, I wanted something that would easily allow me to play games on my PC - especially games that were optimized for console controls, like say Monster Hunter World or Horizon Zero Dawn. Its worked absolutely great for that, with the one annoyance being battery life. A basic controller like this does not come with any sort of rechargeable option by default, you have to keep swapping in AA batteries, and you *will* burn through them quite quickly. I generally recommend having some rechargeable batteries around the house because you never know when you will need batteries, and thankfully I have been in luck. But its hard to not want a rechargeable battery pack.
I haven't had a chance to try them personally, but I would recommend checking out the rechargeable battery pack and charging docks if that sounds frustrating for you. It will mean your controller is always ready: but then again, if you have batteries handy, your controller should always be easily topped up all the same.
Above and beyond that, for some notes on the controller itself: This new generation of controllers use a USB-C port over a micro-USB, and I am very happy to see this change. Micro-usb sucks, USB-C is becoming more ubiqituous, and it doesn't care the orientation you plug it in. If you decide to go the rechargeable battery pack, USB-C should offer you a faster charge. Lower energy bluetooth mode support means that it will stretch a charge further, but, again, expect to burn through batteries if you're doing long gaming sessions.
The buttons, matte bumpers and triggers feel pretty luxe for a controller: I upgraded from a very old XBox Controller with a Windows PC USB attachment, and I very much love the feel of this controller versus it. They've come a long way, and its got a great weight/fit to the hand. I'm not really sure how viable the Share button is for PC Gaming - I presume it probably still takes a photo that's easy to share - but I've never really utilized it myself. On the button front, the D-Pad is *very* responsive now. Its uber-clicky, and I really, really, really want to emphasis that element: It is absurdly audibly-clicky. It doesn't bother me personally, but its something to be aware of; anyone in the nearby environment is going to be 100% aware you just pressed that button. If you're gaming on a headset or what not for a quieter environment, the controls absolutely are not. I would say its more of a click than mechanical-keyboards are popularized as.
The controller has a clean white look. The left/rear grips have texture that provides more traction, so it feels more solid in the hands. Previous controllers were a bit slick so they felt a bit slippery. This works great on my pc via bluetooth, though you will need to use a usb-c cable to update the firmware since wireless update is not supported.
I bought this to replace my wired XBOX 360 controller. This controller can't stay connected in games on a Windows 10 PC using a standard bluetooth adapter - upon googling this seems to be a firmware issue that MS hasn't addressed for years and the only wireless solution is to buy the official xbox adapter which costs almost as much as the controller (on sale).
That being said I still give it 3* because the controller works well in wired mode (using a USB C cable) and is overall a quality controller which feels much better than the 360 controller I upgraded from. Buttons all feel more premium like I would expect from a controller in this price point.
I wish I would have known that the rechargeable batteries don’t work with it. I have 3 different charging stations and none work (none are brand name Xbox). I’m wondering if Xbox is changing the remotes so you have to buy their charging station. ???
This redesign makes a controller that was already smaller than the previous Xbox 360 controller even more uncomfortable for extended periods. The only good thing is that the texture on it makes it grippier, but I'm going to have to add grips to save my hands. I wear a men's medium glove.
My biggest hope is that it is more reliable than the previous Xbox One controllers. After owning 2 Xbox 360 controllers over a 10 span, I went through 5 X One controllers in 2 years. Same problem on all of them, joystick creep and bumpers stopped working.
Product lasted five months using the USB-C cable as a viable option. Now it only works if you use batteries and bluetooth because the connection via cable is completely unreliable and frequently disconnects unless it is held in a perfect way that is completely incompatible with everyday use. Not to mention that the warranty on the product is determined by everything except date-of-purchase, so you could quite literally pick up a controller and find out it expired just before the issues became present.
Bought this controller to connect to my PC to replace the older version that broke. Connects well enough (though it’s a self built computer and it doesn’t have Bluetooth, so I have to use the wireless adapter that belonged to the old controller). Comparatively it devours batteries far quicker than the old version, and the x, y, b buttons don’t always work, I have to hit them multiple times. Over all, just meh for the price you have to pay for an Xbox controller.