Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Wireless Controller for XBOX 360 (NSF-xxxxx)
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2 weeks ago
Summary: Very convenient controller. Works just as good as regular controllers. The only downfall is having to change the batteries. The best part....the controller does turn off as soon as you turn off the Xbox.
Summary: Did not have to wait long for the new controller to come, great look, very sturdy. Plays well and have no problems with it. My only negative comment is that is uses batteries - so you are always buying new ones or have recharging ones.
Summary: Got this for Christmas 2013 for my husband, but unfortunately he took a sneek peek in the closet and found it! He loved the way it looked and the price is unbeatable! Shipping was fast, and nothing came damaged.
A bit tiny for big hands, but sturdy. One wee little flaw with the design.
Robert N. Adams, Amazon
14 April 2013
Summary: I used this for the few years that I owned my 360 (before I sold it). It worked just as well as the one that came with the console, and it lasted the entire time I've owned it. Absolutely zero problems. I had two issues with the 360 controller. One small, one major. The small issue is that the controller felt a wee bit tiny in my hands. I'm 6'5", so I know I'm way above the "average" person, well, *anywhere*. That's fine.
Cons: It's not this product per say, but if you want to get this to run with a PC all the receivers out there right now hardly function. I got this thing to sync with my PC once and since then I haven't been able to do it again. Once again not the controllers fault but there simply is no quality PC receiver on the market now to go with this.