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Just having a little browse on Ebuyer and saw this. May be useful to people looking for an extra wireless controller. Works out about £5 cheaper than anywhere else.


High-performance wireless gaming is here! Using optimized technology, the Xbox 360 Wireless Controller lets you enjoy a 30-foot range and up to 40 hours of life on the two included AA batteries - and when they run low, you're given ample warning so you can connect a Play & Charge Kit for uninterrupted play. Plug the Xbox 360 Headset into the controller for full two-way voice communication: a wireless first.

11 in stock at time of posting.
- mikeyp

Same as this only wired: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/99418
- alien7
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[helper]#1
I was going to say that this is £20 at shopto.net but they have put their prices up to £27.......
#2
wonder if this wreless will work on pc like the wired version.
suspended#4
Daytrader
wonder if this wreless will work on pc like the wired version.



it does if you buy the dongle thing
look on amazon

sum1 beat me

darn my fingers
#5
cool cheers for the link!

also found this

http://www.forgettherest.com/detail.aspx?guid=ciao&productid=7201

joytech xbox controller 15.99, buy 2 for 32 quid, use google checkout and get 2 wired xbox 360 controllers for just over 20 quid

(cant currently get google checkout to work but hopefully they will sort this shortly)

if anyone nos any other cheap 360 controllers id be interested! cheers
#6
Is there a royal mail or parcel force option for postage on ebuyer?
banned#7
This google checkout malarky; if I use the £10 discount at ebuyer can it then be used at a different site? I assume if so, it can only be used once per site too:thinking:
#8
You can also get the wired gamepad from eBuyer: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/99418 (£21.99); it's the best gamepad you can get for a PC. You need to install the driver from the Microsoft website (since not included) and start enjoying all those racing games with this fantastic gamepad!
#9
boateng
This google checkout malarky; if I use the £10 discount at ebuyer can it then be used at a different site? I assume if so, it can only be used once per site too:thinking:


Ive used google checkout twice for eBuyer so far. £10 off each time. Dont see it being a problem.
banned#10
mikeyp
Ive used google checkout twice for eBuyer so far. £10 off each time. Dont see it being a problem.


Nice one. There was a few things that tickled my fancy. So in theory, I could do a 40quid order knock a tenner off with google then do exactly the same with another order from the website? This as opposed to bulking everything in one order and only saving a tenner.
#11
alien7
You can also get the wired gamepad from eBuyer: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/99418 (£21.99); it's the best gamepad you can get for a PC. You need to install the driver from the Microsoft website (since not included) and start enjoying all those racing games with this fantastic gamepad!


I was looking yesterday & these turn out 17.99 delivered from play
#12
Shopto.net is £20 -- oh wait it was
#13
fantasia
I was looking yesterday & these turn out 17.99 delivered from play


You can add a Flash drive to bring the price up to about £30 and get £10 off from Google. If you need a quality Flash drive for your Windows Vista, try this one: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/126006 (yes, it's not the cheapest one but it's Readyboost certified).
#14
dandoc2
Shopto.net is £20 -- oh wait it was

Yeah how dare they put it up when I was going to get one :(
#15
dandoc2
Shopto.net is £20 -- oh wait it was


Should have posted it, never heard of em :P
#16


But not from shopto as gameplay are cheaper HERE :thumbsup:
#17
Godspeed
But not from shopto as gameplay are cheaper HERE :thumbsup:


True, I was just pointing out it was possible.
#18
Still around.. thanks to rbentley for the reminder :)

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