Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue

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Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue
Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue



  • Experience the modernised design of the Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue, featuring sculpted surfaces and refined geometry for enhanced comfort and effortless control during gameplay
  • Stay on target with textured grip on the triggers, bumpers, and back case and with a new hybrid D-pad for accurate, yet familiar input
  • Make the controller your own by customizing button mapping with the Xbox Accessories app
  • Plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm audio headset jack
  • Includes Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth technology for wireless gaming on supported consoles, Windows 10 PCs, Android and tablets

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Specification: Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue


2 AA batteries required. (included)




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7 x 17 x 18 cm, 1 Kilograms

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5 reviews for Xbox Wireless Controller – Shock Blue

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  1. Rick grimes

    So far so good . Day 1 of testing . I like the new texture on the triggers. Feels smaller then the original and lighter . Does not work with any mod devices like Cronus zen as Microsoft have added new anti cheat software

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  2. BryanE

    I got this controller for the new box one series x as an extra controller and to be frank i love the colours

    I love the new Xbox controllers. The surface on the rear of the pad is textured which allows for better handling, the massively improved d-pad very similar to that on the elite which allows for better movement on the D- Pad as your thumb fits into the small dip better. The controller is well made and feels quality

    The addition of the share button is gratefully received as its now even more simple to share your favourite screen shots or videos with your friends

    Connection is simple with the new Bluetooth and connecting to my gaming pc without any issues, i did not have ny issues with latency or even drop out from the Bluetooth connection. I’m also very impressed that it can connect to my sons original Xbox One and my daughters Xbox One S

    The controller is now usb C charger and it does not come with a cable in the box (surprised a little for cost)

    Over all I’m very impressed with…

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  3. Steve Griffiths

    I purchased this controller on release day – the fact that Microsoft is allowing their peripherals to work across multiple platforms is fantastic. It works just as you’d expect an Xbox controller to, with some improvements over the previous generation of controllers such as the textured grips and triggers (which I wasn’t sold on initially, but they feel great and provide extra grip when your palms get sweaty) as well as the rounded D-Pad which should make rolling your thumb around it slightly easier.

    However, it’s not perfect – for some reason Microsoft have changed the clip at the top of the battery compartment, meaning that any rechargeable battery packs you may have from the previous generation (for example the Venom rechargeable battery packs) simply will not fit in this controller. The controller does come with 2 AA batteries so I can use it until I’ve ordered replacement battery packs, however it is hugely disappointing that Microsoft have made this small change to force…

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  4. heresandypandy

    Poor first impression of this pad – Y button is defective on mine and when pressed from certain angles does not register button inputs at all – an issue that has carried over from the xbox series s pad, although that was commonly seen with the A button. Have requested a replacement. Ergonomically etc the pad is great, but build quality is seemingly poor.

    Edit: received my replacement today. It works better than the previous one although the Y button still has a slight deadzone, just in a different place which impacts gameplay less. Would be cautious buying this pad if you play games that require quick/precise inputs, in particular where you need to quickly roll across the buttons with your thumb, such as in Rocket League for example. I’ve bumped this review up to three stars as I’ve now received an adequate product, but you may not be so lucky. Recommend thoroughly testing the face button inputs at all angles on receipt if you do buy one, so that you can return quickly if needed.


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  5. Christopher Burns

    This controller is basically another slight iteration on the Xbox One controller made for the new generation of Xbox consoles. The main differences are a new ‘record/share’ button in the middle, texturing on the front of the triggers and on the lower section of the bumpers. It also has a USB-C port rather than micro, so it can be used with the same cable you charge most current smartphones with if you want a wired connection.

    The texturing this controller has may not be to everyone’s liking, as it is somewhat rough compared to older models, but it does offer a good grip.

    In using this controller with bluetooth on a PC, I found that it was dropping connection after about 5 minutes and reconnecting. I was able to solve this issue by downloading the Xbox Accessories application from the Microsoft Store and installing a firmware update onto the controller. If it is not being recognised as an Xbox Controller over bluetooth, make sure you have the latest Windows update installed, as that…

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