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Posted 4 August 2022

Xbox Wired Controller Neon Carbon - Officially Licensed £24.99 @ Argos free click and collect

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Picked this up too (along with a headset)...Xbox Wired controller for £24.99 which includes a free 1 month ultimate game pass...checked argos store and the game pass alone is worth £10.99!!! winner winner

the controller itself feel sturdy, my boy's eyes lit up when her saw it. its descried as Neon but the green is really close to the green that Xbox use themselves. standard features for a entry controller...detachable cable, share button, Officially Licensed etc. seems to be a new range to Argos with other colorways available.

took me about 10mins or so to register for the game pass to receive my code for the xbox but all seemed pretty straight forward...happy boy and no longer moping around at the start of the summer hols


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Release date: 30 July 2022.

Crush the competition and look good doing it with the Neon Carbon PDP Wired Controller for Xbox! With the free PDP Control Hub App you can re-map buttons, re-configure triggers, adjust dead zones to fit the way you play. The Neon Carbon Controller works on Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One and Windows 10/11.

Communicate with your team using the 3.5mm audio jack and adjust volume on-the-fly with the audio controls located on the D-pad.

Share your captured images and videos easily with the new dedicated share button.

Get 1 month free of Xbox Game Pass Ultimate for access to over 100 high-quality games!

Officially licenced by Xbox.

  • Xbox one compatible.
  • Xbox series X and S compatible.
  • PC compatible.
  • Wired.
General information:

  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 708056068899.

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    Why do gamepads last no-more than 3 months for me? Its either annoying sticky A button (My hands are clean) or stick drift. I would advise to get £6/7 insurance with this product, when it inevitably fails after a few months, claim a new one. (edited)
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    Wouldn’t your warranty cover it for the first 12 months anyway? Seems wasteful to spend £6/7 on insurance on such a low value item
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    NEW Gamepass customers only.
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    How long is the cable on this? Couldn't see it in the description
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    Another similar model has an 8-foot cable
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    Anonymous User
    Posted 45mins ago
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    Want one of these but I'm pretty annoyed that they jumped from £15 to £30 think I'll wait till the end of the "controller shortage"
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    Yep. Prices have been ridiculous for months now.

    Want to get another one for the lad, but can't justify the prices recently.
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    Pdp or powera pads? I've been impressed with powera but haven't tries these
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    Can you use the GPU code on existing accounts?
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    If you buy these it's worth getting the insurance as they don't last long.. then again a genuine one also starts drifting withing months.. so any gaming controllers you buy should get insurance on. When I buy from currys I always get the 3yr instant replacement cover
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