Summary: I thought it would have the rechargable battery used with the charger cord that hooks to the xbox. It had 2 AA batteries. You can't charge that. I did put my rechargable battery from my old paddle with the messed up joystick, and I can use it with it. So it all worked out ok. That was my only problem.
Summary: We did receive the remote quickly, but it had a rechargeable battery pack. This was not described and we did not have a charger. I then had to buy the correct battery cover to make the remote usable since it was going to cost me $13 in shipping to return.
Nothing special but easy to find (most of the time)
26 March 2014
Summary: i lose my controllers all over the house this one stands out pretty well. other that nothing special about it. way over priced as microsoft products tend to be but was $1 cheaper than the black one so.......
Summary: Love the black controllers over the old white design. Batteries are the correct size and won't cause the controller to develop cracks where the battery is inserted. Smooth operation. Overall, this controller is basically all the same as the white, but the batteries fitting correctly will make it last alot longer
Summary: Advertised as for PC but what you get is the console version. Its still wireless but it doenst come with a receiver, you need one from before to make it work (one receiver can connect with 4 controllers). You do however get the wired extension cable USB (that you dont get with the PC version of this controller!) Also the buttons and overall texture of controller dont feel as smooth as the PC versions, yet they are more robust.