Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Review
Discover greater precision, comfort, and control. The Wireless Xbox 360 Controller for Windows delivers a consistent and universal gaming experience across both of Microsoft's gaming systems. Experience the ultimate gaming experience on Windows XP and Xbox 360

Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Technical Specifications

Gamepad Controls
Buttons 14 Buttons
D Pad Yes
Analog Stick(s) 2 Analog Stick(s)
Feedback Yes
Custom Buttons Yes
Gamepad Details
Wireless Yes
Wireless Range 10 meters
Battery Type -
Battery Life -
Cable Length -
XBox Compatible No
PS Compatible No
Avg. User Score
8.9

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08:20 May-08-2014

My controller disconnects when it vibrates. Anyone know what to do?

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08:48 Jun-12-2014

Sounds like your controller has a short in it. Time for a new one.

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10:38 Jun-12-2014

Jip got a new one haha

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12:32 Mar-30-2014

They don't have windows 8.1 drivers and I don't think they ever will... I think for windows 8 and 8.1 users out there that they are working on a PC driver for the Xbox One controller... So for now if you have windows 8 or 8.1 then you will need to get the Logitech f710 controller... has the same buttons as an xbox 360 controller just in the playstation style...

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16:25 Apr-10-2014

incorrect. i have windows 8 and works very well with all drivers up to day. just plugged it and the pc recognized at first.

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14:21 Jun-11-2014

Yip, I have Win 8.1 and Windows installed the drivers automatically and it works fine.

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12:09 Feb-02-2014

Hey guys I have windows 8.1 and the controller just disconnects randomly with a few games. Any fixes?

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07:26 Feb-08-2014

So I've figured out that if you turn off vibration it works fine. But a few games don't have the option. Does anyone else have the same problem?

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23:14 Oct-01-2014

I have the same problem but think that it's f4om low power of psu.

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21:31 Oct-06-2013

I've got a white one.... you racist! :P

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18:06 Jul-03-2013

The best controller so far, which is very ergonomic and is especially designed for hands, but until dualshock 4 ;)

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14:51 Dec-20-2012

I would like to add that the Xbox wireless controller is compatible with Xbox 360.

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10:19 May-17-2013

In the post it meant just Xbox the older version not 360 version :)

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10:05 Dec-13-2012

The feel of the Xbox remote beats all other game-pads. It feels right in your hands.

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12:11 Jul-04-2012

Hey. How do I get this to work? Like what do I actually buy? :D

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20:45 Jul-28-2012

Buy the controller with the receiver and that's it!

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10:04 Dec-13-2012

If you have a wireless controller (which Executer doesn't seem to understand that this is wireless and NOT wired) then you must buy a wireless gaming receiver. Best buy one that uses USB and upgrade the drivers. :)

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15:00 Dec-20-2012

I was talking about the wireless one and if you read the top, you will see "Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless". The receiver is the Wireless Gaming Receiver. You get the Controller with the receiver in a package.

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00:27 Apr-21-2012

ps3 six axis is better

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10:59 Sep-05-2012

There both good actually :)

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11:33 Apr-06-2013

Sixaxis is old and no longer being sold, you dumb PS3 fan.(lumbeechief1212)

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19:58 Apr-03-2012

Been using dis for 2 years now. Have no prob with it watsoever n a very good product. :) Just one prob tho, it doesnt work when my Razor products.....strange!

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