Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Controller

Basic Specs

Weight 0.58 pounds
Form factor Gamepad
Controls D-Pad, Shoulder buttons
Analog stick(s) 2
Connection type Wireless

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Tech Specs

Hardware

Weight 0.58 pounds
Color White, Black
Form factor Gamepad
Rumble Yes

Input

Controls D-Pad, Shoulder buttons
Analog stick(s) 2

Connectivity

Connection type Wireless
Wireless connectivity Other

Battery

Removable Yes
Battery type Disposable
Disposable type AA
Quoted use time 40 hr

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5.5

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  • Compatibility 8
  • Battery life 7

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  • 8.0
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    Reviewed by jetpuff51 (Currently owns)

    Love this thing light weight, good design, the battery life I would like to see improved. I have and the same controller for 5 years it has never let me down I have played on my friends and it did not seem right so I can only use mine. You can get attached to it if you have ever had one that you have gone through epic battles, wars, firefights etc... with you know what I mean.

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    Reviewed by DillonLarson (Currently owns)

    I'm really not a fan of the Xbox 360 controller. It is bulky and uncomfortable to hold in the hand. I've cannot play for long before my hands begin to ache. The asymmetric analog sticks are annoying. This controller is absolutely nothing like the--in my opinion--beautifully made DualShock 3.

    Good Stuff
    - Nice texture on body

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    - Uncomfortable, not ergonomic
    - Bulky and heavy
    - Concave analog sticks
    - Asymmetric design
    - AA battery pack (seriously, Microsoft?)

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