Microsoft 微软 Xbox Core 无线控制器 – 电压
- 体验电子电压的 Xbox 无线控制器的现代化设计,具有雕刻表面和精致的几何结构,在游戏过程中提高舒适度和轻松控制电池使用长达 40 小时。
- 混合型 D-pad 、纹理握把扳机、保险杠和后壳。插入任何带 3.5 毫米音频耳机插孔的兼容耳机。
- 使用 USB-C 端口直接连接,即插即用。背面包含对AA电池的支持。
- 使用 Xbox 无线或蓝牙在 Xbox 系列 X|S、Xbox One 和 Windows 10/11 设备上播放。兼容 Xbox 系列 X|S、Xbox One 和 Windows 10/11 设备。
体验 Xbox 无线控制器的现代化设计,具有雕刻表面和精致的几何形状,可在游戏过程中增强舒适度,使用电池长达 40 小时。 使用混合 D 键盘和触发器、保险杠和背壳上的纹理握把保持目标状态。 使用*的 Share 按钮无缝捕获和分享屏幕截图、录音等内容。 使用 USB-C 端口连接,直接即插即用到控制台和 PC。 背面包含对AA电池的支持。 使用 3.5 毫米音频插孔插入任何兼容的耳机。 使用 Xbox 配件应用程序重新映射按钮并为您喜爱的游戏创建自定义控制器配置文件。 快速配对、播放和切换设备,包括 Xbox 系列 X|S、Xbox One、Windows 10 PC 和 Android 安卓。 未来推出的 iOS 支持。 * *重要信息:与特定设备和操作系统版本兼容;请访问 xbox.com/controller-compatibility了解更多信息。 电池寿命因耳机、其他配件、使用情况和其他因素而有所不同。 微软在预生产单元中使用标准 AA 电池进行测试。 按钮映射可通过 Xbox 系列 X|S、Xbox One 和 Windows 10 的 Xbox 配件应用程序进行;Windows 10 应用程序需要兼容的 USB-C 电缆(单独出售)。 Windows 10:需要蓝牙,兼容 USB-C? 电缆或 Xbox 无线适配器。 每个都单独销售。 Android:选择设备和操作系统版本。 Android 或通过蓝牙不支持某些功能?。 未来推出的 iOS 支持。 支持其他平台。
Elevate your game
Experience the modernized design of the Xbox Wireless Controller in Electric Volt, featuring sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort and effortless control during gameplay with battery usage up to 40 hours.*
Make the controller your own by customizing button mapping with the Xbox Accessories App.* Plus, plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm audio headset jack.
Stay on target
Stay on target with a hybrid D-pad, textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back-case. Connect using the USB-C port for direct plug and play to console and PC. Support for AA batteries is included on the rear.
Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology
Includes Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology for wireless gaming on supported consoles, Windows 10 PCs, and Android and iOS phones and tablets.*
Seamlessly capture and share content such as screenshots, recordings, and more with the dedicated Share button.
Easily pair and switch
Quickly pair with, play on, and switch between devices including Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows 10 PCs, and Android and iOS phones and tablets.*
|Xbox Wireless Controller – Electric Volt||Xbox Wireless Controller – Carbon Black||Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2|
|Works great with all Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, and Xbox One consoles||✓||✓||✓|
|Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology for wireless gaming||✓||✓||✓|
|Custom button mapping*||✓||✓||✓|
|Textured grip on triggers, bumpers, and back-case||✓||✓|
|Hair trigger locks||✓|
The color looks great and I like the white back. I especially like the textured grip that the two shoulder triggers have. The back of the handles have a similar kind of grip, slightly less textured than triggers. It's also cool that the Xbox on/off button shows a shiny black color when off, and white when illumined. It's just a small but nice feature. The buttons feel slightly clicky, while the analog sticks feel soft and smooth, like God intended.
Pairing has no issues and range is no issue. Battery life (obviously dependant on what kind of batteries you use) is slightly better than my old controller (using the same 2600mAh rechargeable pack). Perhaps Bluetooth signal has been more optimized, or it could be coincidence, it's improved but just slightly. The important thing is it hasn't diminished.
The first few times I went to swap out the battery pack the "door" or cover for the batteries was very stiff and difficult to open. I had to put a lot of force into it before it would pop open. It took longer than I'd like to admit that I was being stupid and pushing up, to slide the door off, and not pressing in at the bottom first, to release the small teeth that hold the door in place. My old one just slid up, so if anyone else is dumb like me, make sure to push first.
Overall the controller feels good in the hand and has a "feeling" of quality materials and build. It's kind of hard to describe exactly what I mean, but anyone who's held a cheap aftermarket controller, and then a new Xbox brand one, can understand what I'm talking about. It feels good to use.
Zero stick drift or button sticking, no lost pairing issues. There is no reason a new controller from Microsoft should come with those issues, out of the box, but I thought I should mention it.
After about 3-4 weeks of daily use, up to 8 hours at a clip, I'm really happy with this controller. Looks good, feels good and works well. If durability and longevity become an issue as time goes on I'll update this. I paid about about $25 less for this controller than it would have cost me at some other places, so at least at time of writing, this is a great deal.
One thing to note. When I first got this controller it WOULD NOT be recognized by the Steam Deck. Only once I plugged in the controller to my PC and updated it with the "Xbox accessory" app, was it able to connect wirelessly to the Steam Deck.
If you buy one of these for Deck use, just make sure you update it and I think you'll be pleased.
I don't own an Xbox, I do own a windows 10 laptop with Bluetooth. It connected seamlessly and worked great. A couple of months ago, I upgrades to a new gaming laptop with Windows 11 and the changeover was smooth and painless.
If you're worried about whether this controller will connect with your PC, don't If it has Bluetooth.
Only flaw I experienced with this controller is that after a month, the left joy stick started to wander off on it's own in the game. For example, the screen would be shifting left or right on it's own at a slow and steady pace without me doing anything to it. I'd have to flick it a bit to re-adjust it and takes a few tries sometimes to make it completely stop (until it does it again later). It doesn't greatly impact my game play, but it is annoying, and so I thought to mention it here.