New Xbox One Wireless White Controller from Microsoft
Experience the enhanced comfort and feel of the new Xbox Wireless Controller, featuring a sleek, streamlined design and textured grip. Enjoy custom button mapping and up to twice the wireless range. Plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm stereo headset jack. And with Bluetooth® technology, play your favorite games on Windows 10 PC and tablets. Features Features
• Enhanced comfort and feel
• Feel the action with Impulse Triggers. Impulse Triggers deliver fingertip vibration feedback so you can feel every jolt and crash in high definition
• Textured grip
Ultimate Precision and Accuracy
• Responsive thumbsticks and an enhanced D-pad provide greater precision
• Triggers and bumpers are designed for quick access
• Menu and View buttons quick for easy navigation
• Features a 3.5mm stereo headset jack that lets you plug your favorite gaming headset right into the controller
• Up to twice the wireless range of previous controllers *
• Connect up to 8 Wireless Controllers at once to your console
• Seamless profile and controller pairing
• Compatible with Xbox One Play and Charge Kit, Xbox One Chat Headset, and Xbox One Stereo Headset
• Remap buttons through the Xbox Accessories App**
Please note: To use the controller on systems with the Windows 10's Anniversary update, a free firmware update is required. Please install the free Xbox Accessories app from the Windows Store, and open the app with the Xbox One controller connected, where you will then be prompted to update the controller firmware.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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