Equip yourself with the Xbox Wireless Controller – Phantom Black Special Edition, featuring a translucent black design that fades to champagne gold, and textured grip for enhanced comfort. Enjoy custom button mapping and plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm stereo headset jack. And with Bluetooth® technology, play your favorite games on Windows 10 PCs and tablets.*
Stay on target
Experience the enhanced comfort and feel of the new Xbox Wireless Controller, featuring a textured grip, responsive thumbsticks, and an enhanced D-pad.
Loaded with features
Feel the action with Impulse Triggers and enjoy custom button mapping.** Plus, plug in any compatible headset with the 3.5mm stereo headset jack.
Play your favorite games on Windows 10 PCs and tablets.*
So, I'm a member of the Preview Alpha club, which means I have to find bugs, which requires a lot of report writing. The method I have chosen to communicate with, the Chatpad, is excellent for this. However, its utilitarian black has always looked out of place on controllers. Until now. Now this once utilitarian tool looks downright sexy when attached to the Phantom Black. I mean that! Sexy... Plus it has all the utility and finesse one comes to expect from a first party accessory. All the function I desire, now in a gorgeous, sleek package. When I first saw a picture of this controller, I was impressed enough to preorder it - a first for a controller! Now that I have it in my hands... well, I had to paint my nails a glossy black to match!
So, yeah, very happy with my purchase. Easily the prettiest first party controller I've ever bought.
I have one, and the controller works great for me like the effects too plus if i dont want to turn on my surround sound on i can plug in my 3.5mm Head phones in and watch a good movie or play a game with out disturbing my family lol thank you Microsoft.. Gamer tag unboundMADMAX
Aesthetically pleasing color and transparent design.
Mechanically, the analog sticks have great response, but the ABXY buttons were incredibly stiff and would not allow for quick taps.
Connectivity, it was a piece of crap. It started off with not staying synchronized with my Xbox, then it began ghosting its connection (Xbox saw a controller, but would not respond to input from physical device,) to eventually straight up dropping the connection like the controller was off when it was still in fact on.