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Xbox Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows £44.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Posted 13th SepPosted 13th Sep
Looks like a good price here for the combo. Camels Love The Price Description Experience the modernised design of the Xbox Wireless Controller, featuring Sculpted surfac… Read more

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To extend the range of the USB adapter, for example if the USB adapter is plugged into the back of your PC it might not be practical without the extension cable as its out of sight.


Sorry for my lack of knowledge, but what is the USB cable for in the box?


Great price. Ordered yesterday. Arriving today. Finally replacing my 360 controller. Forgot to add heat when I saw this yesterday and can't do so now as it's expired. (fierce)


I'll the kids to give run on rocket league for them to test (y)

Xbox Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows £53.54 (UK Mainland) sold by Amazon EU
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Posted 3rd AugPosted 3rd Aug
Been in the lookout since missing a similar deal a few weeks ago... And it's back! Temporarily out of stock, but get your orders in whilst you can.

Back up to £74.99


Fair enough, its a different experience for everyone it seems, depending on hardware being used. I can see that being a factor, I sit at my desk so I always get to use my proper headphones.


It seems like it, I was seeing very mixed opinions on reddit, so I opted for this combo, having the adapter just in case the bluetooth connection isn't working as well as before or I need more range.


I kept having dropouts that's why I use the adapter also pairing issues. Now using the adapter I've had zero issues. Range and latency is noticeably better. Being able to use the 3.5mm output on the controller is also worth it.


Yeah fair enough. Your mileage may vary. There's also probably a lot of variance in the quality of Bluetooth adapters so there's a chance that the ones I've used are on the lower end.

8Bitdo Wireless Bluetooth Adapter, £9.90 w/ Prime, £14.39 w/o Prime Sold by Grancei and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Posted 29th JulPosted 29th Jul
Cheapest it's been for a while. Sorry I don't post here much, I think this is the delivery charge for without Prime? For use with PS4, PS3, Wii Mote, Wii U Pro wirelessly on Nin… Read more

yeah expired again...


Back in stock!! - unexpired deal :)


Damn it - missed out again!!


Nice find @OlMaster - good first post :)


Back in stock! Just ordered one

Xbox Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows (Xbox Series X/ ) (B08JW5DR79) £54.38 sold by Amazon EU (UK Mainland only)
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Posted 25th JulPosted 25th Jul
Cheapest price on the controller alone is currently £49.99, so an extra £4.30 for the wireless adaptor, which is usually £20 alone. Or this bundle is £64.99 in Argos. Amazon UK ha… Read more

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/255065161472 £45 + £4 postage


Shows as £60.44 for me


Just had the dispatch email this morning (y)


Thanks, good to know. I've previously used a 360 controller with the wireless adaptor, then an Xbox One controller with that that adaptor, and will now use this one. If you want a pad for PC gaming, then they're the best option, as they have by far the best compatibility in games and are 100% supported. I've never had to remap any buttons, ever - they immediately default to whatever the controls would be on the Xbox. I would stick with the Xbox One controller, but I want something to go with the iPad for Steam Link gaming, and would rather not have to re-pair all the time. Seems to work so far.


TLDR: i recommend the adaptor for maximum game compatibility. Just relaying my personal experience: originally bought the controller only with the intention of using bluetooth to connect to PC. I found the bluetooth connection Worked for some games, not for others. Subsequently got the adaptor and now have 100% compatibility with games. Why? When you connect with bluetooth it uses some sort of generic bluetooth specific driver which is not recognised by all games. With the adaptor the driver utilised is a microsoft registered 100% 360 compatible . Example titles: battlefield 3, 4, dragon age inquisition etc. Even when the bluetooth connected controller was recognised, the button mappings wod be all over the place (e.g. Star Wars Squadrons, Wreckfest).

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Xbox Series X/S Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows PC - £54.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 13th AprPosted 13th Apr
Xbox Series X/S Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows PC - £54.99 @ Amazon£54.99£64.9915% offAmazon Deals
Xbox Series X/S Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows PC (Also compatible with Xbox One). This has been slightly cheaper in the past, but this seems to be the cheapes… Read more

Nice first deal @nightswimmer thanks for posting! (y)


Read the OP. ;)


Not many desktop PCs have bluetooth built in


The adapter is better. It allows multiple controllers, audio through the controller and for me better range. Latency is also something to consider. In the words of Jensen. It just works.


Why do you need an adapter does it not connect via Bluetooth?

Xbox Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows - £47.51 (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MarPosted 21st Mar
Xbox Wireless Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows - £47.51 (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon£47.51Amazon Deals
Back down to around £48. Delivery estimate of mid-May but in stock mid-April so likely sooner.

Sounds like bad luck, mine was sealed and looks new and unused inside.


Mine arrived today. Turns out it was used, not new as advertised. Furthermore the controller is completely defective and doesn't function whatsoever... Sending it back to Amazon. Waste of time.


Thanks for the reply. Think i'm gonna stick with it then, and wait to see if the dualsense gets (further) support on the PC instead.


One thing I don't like about it is that they made it smaller. It doesn't look much different when you look at a photo of one side by side with an older Xbox One controller, but it definitely feels smaller in your hands. It has USB-C, so that's definitely an improvement, especially if you use it wired as it's a physically more secure connection than micro-USB. The share button is a nice addition. I don't use the D-pad for things like fighting games, so I can't really comment on whether that's better. I had no problem with the older D-pad for the games I play. If your existing Xbox One controller is functioning fine, I'd honestly just stick with that.


Many thanks OP - purchased one earlier, great price with the included dongle.