Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller
Released November, 2010
The Pros:Works exactly the same as the one that ships with the Xbox, consistent all the way. Great response from the buttons. D-pad is precise and easy to work with.
The Cons:Buttons feel a little loose, rock and rattle a bit.
The Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller features a transforming D-Pad. It’s a standard disc D-Pad, but it can be raised approximately ¼” so it becomes a plus. This was done in response to user complaints about the previous controller iteration.
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Now the disc format can be applied for sweeping moves, whereas the raised 'plus' format can be used for cardinal directional moves. Also featured are analog sticks that are more concave, and translucent monochrome ABXY buttons. In addition, the Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller comes with a Play and Charge kit for continuous gameplay and up to 35 hours per charge.
- Wireless Xbox 360 Controller
- Silver Matte Design
- Transforming D-Pad
- Adapts to User’s Gameplay
- More Concave Analog Sticks
- Translucent Monochrome Buttons
- Play and Charge Kit
- 2.4Ghz Wireless Technology
- 30’ Wireless Range
- Max Four Controls per Console
User Reviews (1)
works exactly the same as the one that ships with the Xbox, consistent all the way
great response from the buttons
d-pad is precise and easy to work with
durably built for many hours of gameplay
large enough to be held comfortably by most sized hands
goes a long time before needing charging
buttons feel a little loose, rock and rattle a bit
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