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PDP Wired Controller for Xbox One (Purple EU) (Xbox One) £19.99 (Prime) £24.48 (Non Prime) Sold by The Outlet Shop and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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PDP Wired Controller for Xbox One (Purple EU) (Xbox One) £19.99 (Prime) £24.48 (Non Prime) Sold by The Outlet Shop and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 31st Mar

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One of the cheapest xbox one controllers i can see at the moment.

Experience why PDP is one of the best in 3rd party controllers with the PDP Wired Controller for Xbox One & Windows. With a sleek design, non-slip grips, and textured trigger and shoulder buttons, you'll easily crush the competition and look good doing it. Enhance gameplay with vibration feedback and the audio control button located directly on the front of the controller, so you can adjust game and chat audio levels without interruptions. Plug in your headset to the 3.5mm audio jack and you're ready to chat with friends.
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Nice price now, but they were charging £40 for a pdp wired controller originally? Whew thats pricey.
Can you listen to game sound through the 3.5mm?
dried_blueberry31/03/2020 09:28

Can you listen to game sound through the 3.5mm?


Yes, set you audio output to headphones (or headphones and speaker if you want it) from the Xbox menu.
I'm wondering, is this full size? After a pad for a 10 year old.
Will this work in a PC running Windows 10?
Had one of these. The wire is a USB cable at both ends, the connection to the controller itself is micro USB, not very strong, prone to a loose connection and my Kids wrecked the Connector after 6 weeks.
COLD.... its been £20 at argos for ages.

there not a bad controller though. i get these for my lad who has got adhd/cd and get the insurance on them £4 insurance. any of the buttons mess up, take it back and swap it over, each time, and they re issue the insurance to start again on the replacment .
Silhouette31/03/2020 09:32

I'm wondering, is this full size? After a pad for a 10 year old.


Yes full sized, i.e. the same dimensions as the standard MS wireless one that came with the console.
slider31/03/2020 09:51

Will this work in a PC running Windows 10?


yes it does, btw there at argos at this too. if u want one today lol.
sarden8431/03/2020 09:53

COLD.... its been £20 at argos for ages. there not a bad controller …COLD.... its been £20 at argos for ages. there not a bad controller though. i get these for my lad who has got adhd/cd and get the insurance on them £4 insurance. any of the buttons mess up, take it back and swap it over, each time, and they re issue the insurance to start again on the replacment .


Appreciate that but given Argos is completely closed at the moment just trying to help people who are looking for one at cheap price.
Silhouette31/03/2020 09:32

I'm wondering, is this full size? After a pad for a 10 year old.


normal size, perhaps try n get one of the blue or green mini controllers they did in shops few years,.. my 9 year old at the time found them perfect. and tbh ive used them and there pretty solid compact built very sturdy feel.
Matty55531/03/2020 09:56

Appreciate that but given Argos is completely closed at the moment just …Appreciate that but given Argos is completely closed at the moment just trying to help people who are looking for one at cheap price.


yes i accept that, and very good of you to share, sometimes it still worth sharing the odd cold deal, as it maybe of interest to folks still. as u said.
40 to the £20 = cold aspect / overpriced amazon.

Ps: Argos stores in Sainsbury’s supermarkets are also still open "if u doing ur shopping for essentials".
Edited by: "sarden84" 31st Mar
Not good. Picked one up two weeks ago in the US. Now the trigger has broken. I took it apart last night to attempt a repair but it doesn't look straightforward so I'm having to go through the hassle of a warranty return. Apparently PDP are good with their warranties but I would not recommend buying this controller. Read all the negative user reviews on their website if you don't believe me.
I've had 5 of these in the past two years - they're really weak in the headset aspect - most of ours stopped working with voice comms after a couple of months. Left thumbsticks have a tendency to lose their resilience quite quickly and don't return to the centre. My kids don't cane their controllers, but I've had the same amount of Official XBox One controllers for 4-5 years and they're still going dtrong. Get what you pay for, tbh.
Not £20 anymore, think the sellers put the price up, plus read the reviews and there are so many bad ones of common issues
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