Best Buy has the Xbox Wireless Controller on sale for $50 ahead of Black Friday


The controller usually costs $80 and comes with an adapter so you can play games on Windows.

Xbox Wireless Controller (with adapter)

This Xbox controller comes with a wireless adapter that you can use with your PC to play your favorite games without worrying about cables.

Black Friday is still a few days away, but there are already some early Black Friday deals you can take advantage of. Many accessories such as controllers, mice and keyboards are on sale at popular retailers. One of them is the Xbox Wireless Controller. The version that includes an adapter for use with Windows PCs is now $30 off and sells for just $50 at Best Buy.

This Xbox controller is ideal for PC gamers who prefer to use a controller rather than a keyboard or mouse. With the included wireless dongle, you can plug the controller into your PC, hit the pairing button, and forget about using Bluetooth or wires to connect and start the action in your favorite games.

Compared to the last generation Xbox Wireless Controller, this one is slightly more comfortable. It has a hybrid D-pad and a textured grip for your fingers. The new textured grip can help prevent the controller from slipping out of your hands during intense gameplay, and the hybrid D-pad is slightly more responsive.

Note that there is also a USB-C port on board the controller. Although wireless is the way to go, you can connect it to your PC that way, if you prefer. This is a huge change that many players had wished for. On Windows, you can even use the Xbox Accessories app to remap controller buttons and create custom profiles for different games. And if you’re signed in to an Xbox console, you can take advantage of the new share button to capture screenshots and other moments.

This controller is currently the cheapest at Best Buy, as Amazon offers it for $55 and the Microsoft Store for $60. If you’re looking for more deals like this, check out our best Black Friday PC and laptop deals page for additional savings.


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