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Microsoft Xbox Series X Wireless Controller - Carbon Black (Xbox Series X)

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  • Decent
    1 month ago
    Updated: 1 month ago
    If you intend to use it for PC, keep in mind that it has problems with the BT connection. The control loses contact via BT from time to time. It happens to me at least once per game session. Other BT units never lose contact so the problem is in the hand control.

    However, it is perfectly possible to connect a USB A> C cord and play the thread. Unfortunately, this lowers the rating significantly.

    The rubber on the analog joysticks is really nice and the joystick has good feedback with nice clicks (can, however, irritate the others in the household).

    Very good with 2xAA batteries than built-in as you can get fully charged in a pinch instead of having to connect it.

    Had it not been for unreliable BT connection, it would have been a full pot in ratings.
  • Good
    3 months ago
    Updated: 3 months ago
    Compared to the previous Xbox One control, there is an almost non-existent difference.

    I had imagined that it would be grooved rubber grip on the back, but it is only a little "lumpier" plastic (will be harder to clean in the future vs Xbox One smooth surface).

    The only extra plus on the edge is probably the D-Pad which feels a little better and you can connect via Bluetooth if you now have it on the motherboard (you no longer need the wireless dongle and can save a USB space). Have tried connecting via Bluetooth and it worked perfectly on the first try.

    If you already have the previous Xbox One control, it is not worth over SEK 600 to "upgrade to this".
  • Perfect
    3 months ago
    Cruel hand control. Fits perfectly in the hand with good grip.
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Comes from a faithful threaded xbox 360 control that has been used since 2008, first for 360 and the last 6 years for a PC.
    Feels a bit like the things that needed to be improved are just that with this version.
    Textures give better grip, like that I can have my own battery (my 2 year old dualshock 4 is now down to 7-10h playing hours before it needs to be charged ...). The crosshairs are superb, not at all mushy as before and give good feedback.
    In short, I have nothing to complain about so far
  • Perfect
    5 months ago
    Ergonomic perfection, but hardly any different from the old Xbox One controllers. If your intention is to replace one with one like this for PC gaming, I recommend you not to, because the marginal differences that exist are not worth over 600 bucks.