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Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Wireless Controller – Blue – Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows Devices

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Amazon.com ★★★★★ Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Wireless Controller – Blue – Xbox Series X|S, Xbox… $139.99 See it XBOX ELITE WIRELESS CONTROLLER SERIES 2: Play like a pro with adjustable-tension thumbsticks, wrap-around rubberized grip, and shorter hair trigger locks. CORE ESSENTIALS: Includes just the components you need to unleash your best game. Additional components […]

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  • XBOX ELITE WIRELESS CONTROLLER SERIES 2: Play like a pro with adjustable-tension thumbsticks, wrap-around rubberized grip, and shorter hair trigger locks.
  • CORE ESSENTIALS: Includes just the components you need to unleash your best game. Additional components sold separately for even more customization with the Complete Component Pack.
  • LIMITLESS CUSTOMIZATION: Exclusive button mapping options in the Xbox Accessories app—even pick which color the Xbox button lights up with.*
  • CUSTOM PROFILES: Save up to 3 custom profiles on the controller and switch between them on the fly.*
  • EXTENDED GAMEPLAY: Stay in the game with up to 40 hours of battery life and refined components that are built to last.*
  • PLAY ACROSS DEVICES: Use Xbox Wireless, Bluetooth, or the included USB-C cable to play across your Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows devices.

Specification: Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Wireless Controller – Blue – Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows Devices

ASIN

B0BTTSYCY7

Release date

April 25, 2023

Pricing

The strikethrough price is the List Price. Savings represents a discount off the List Price.

Product Dimensions

7.23 x 7.29 x 3.07 inches, 1.66 Pounds

Type of item

Accessory

Language

English

Item model number

RFZ-00017

Item Weight (pounds)

1.66

Manufacturer

Microsoft

Batteries

1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Date First Available

March 28, 2023

10 reviews for Xbox Elite Series 2 Core Wireless Controller – Blue – Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and Windows Devices

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  1. Alan

    The media could not be loaded.  Update: Apres 2ans d’utilisation le RB à commencé a faire default. Vraiment déçu pour ca, par contre je peut utiliser un paddle disponible pour le remplacer, pour cette raison je retire pas d’étoile. Pour le prix payé je m’attendais à une meilleure durabilité, ou a un moyen simple pour l’ouvrir et réparer les composantes ce qui n’est pas le cas. Par contre je l’aime toujours autant et je ne peux simplement pas revenir en arrière.J’ai vraiment hésité de peur d’avoir un citron. Surtout qu’elle me revient a peine 50$ de moins que la console. On s’entend c’est tres tres rare que je paye le plein prix pour un jeu j’attend qu’il descende en bas de 20$ 😅Bottom line je le regrette pas du tout. Mon seul problème c’est que je ne pourrai plus jamais m’en passer. La qualité du matériel se ressent instantanément. La precision des sticks et la reponse des triggers est un must to pour les jeux en ligne. C’est vraiment un petit plus qui fait une grande différence un peu comme une connexion filaire versus sans-fil.Une chose a savoir avant de l’acheter/l’utiliser on vous le dira pas mais elle est pas conçu pour presser les sticks et les bouger en même temps, si vous l’utiliser de cette façon dans peu de temps les sticks vont drifter et ca c’est vraiment chiant. Pour prévenir j’utilise les padles sous la mannete et j’adore. D’ailleur les paddle sont bien positionnée et pas plus sensible que nécessaire contrairement a ce que j’ai entendu de la première version. Ils sont donc tres utile sans trop de risque d’etre accroché involontairement. Peuvent aussi être interchanger et ou retirés.Ce qui mène au grand nombre de possibilités et de réglages qui satisfait pleinement la tech en moi. Prenez plaisir a essayer different setting différente résistance/ajustement de réponse, longueur et formes de sticks.La facilité d’interchanger les pièces ou les mapping (3 customs et un défaut) rend cela d’autant plus agréable. Je peux donc en pleine partie changer de stick pour plus de precision ou de rapidité selon l’arme que j’utilise. Bloquer la course des triggers a aussi un grand impact sur la réponse et c’est non négligeable. Encore une fois indépendant un de l’autre donc un peu etre rapide et l’autre avec plus de possibilité de gradation.L’intensité de vibration peut aussi être ajusté pour votre confort ce qui est pas nouveau en soit ce qui l’est c’est qu’elle est divisié en 4. Le principal et le trigger de chaque côté.Un défaut qui semble récurrent le bouton A. De mon coté il a besoin d’etre presser plus fort que les autres sur la manette pour fonctionner ce qui est un peu désagréable mais au moins il colle pas.Les pros:-personnalisable-réactive et facile a ajuster- sensation fantastique précision incomparable.- station de charge et battrie integré (usb C)-compatible avec PC, android, et toutes les Xbox one et après( Xbox series inclus)Cons:-battrie integré (comme toute batterie sa vie a une limite ce qui lui met une “date d’échéance”) pourra tout de même etre utilisé branché par la suite.-le poids (toute cette technologie et c’est ajout mecanique ont un prix)-le prix.-la garanti de un anInconnue:La durabilité. A ce prix je m’attends a ce qu’elle dure longtemps. Et c’est ce qui est stipulé dans les descriptions faites par Microsoft, pourtant celle-ci vient avec une garanti de 1 an seulement. Soit que c’est faux, soit que si elle a a avoir des problèmes suite a une utilisation normal ca va sortir dans la première année. Le temps nous le dira et je fersi un update.

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  2. JL

    . I’m on my third Elite 2 controller. About a year ago I bought one, and right out of the box, the face buttons weren’t always responsive. I turned it in for warranty work to MS and the new controller I got back from them (different serial number) also had exactly the same problem. At that point, I swore never to get another one. Fast forward a year, and after trying other controllers and never finding one with decent back button layout, I decided to roll the dice again on this controller after hearing they may have improved QC, this time with the longest warranty I could get (3 years)… for Science.I’m flabbergasted to report that this one works perfectly right out of the box. Is it a fluke, or did they actually find the problem and correct it in their production process? I don’t know, but if so, this is monumentally good news, as there are very few “pro” controllers that have even passable ergonomics (I just came from a Thrustmaster eSwap X). If this thing holds up for 6 months, I’ll be ecstatic and provide a follow up review (and I’ll probably buy another one to have as a backup).The GoodErgonomics – Microsoft invested far more money in studying controller ergonomics than any other company. This is evident when you handle their default controller as well as this one; the size is right for most hands, all the controls are laid out where you can actually reach them. I haven’t found any other aftermarket controller get this right like MS. This clamshell design is the best out there. It’s no wonder that companies like Scuff start with a default controller; other than licensing concerns, it’s because designing something better would be extremely difficult. When you couple this with the textured rubberized grips, nothing comes remotely close in terms of comfort.Back paddles – This is the star of the show, and the reason you get a “pro” controller. Again, after lots of research into reviews and personally buying and handling a lot of other controllers, I’ve never found, or am aware of, any back paddle/button layout that is better than this one. Your fingers just naturally fall where the paddles are. There’s no reaching or straining to get to them. Why is this so difficult for other companies to get right?? This is the thing that brought me back to an Elite 2. I will at some point get a Scuf Instinct Pro to compare, but I have doubts it will be better any than this. The problem I see right away with the Instinct Pro is it’s not designed for you to be able to press more than one button per side. This could be an issue for some and potentially for me.Sticks – These are also top tier. They are very smooth with virtually no slop. The only other ones I felt that were as good or better was the Thrustmaster eSwap, which uses highly touted NXG sticks. The fact that the tension is adjustable also takes this to the next level. Whether they hold up over time will be telling but I never had that issue on the last Elite 2s I’ve had.Triggers – Again, top tier, smoothly action, nicely textured finish and with 3 stops (you’re lucky to get one stop with most other controllers). I really like the throw of the trigger at the shortest throw. I suspect the Scuf Instinct Pro will be better so I can’t wait to try it. I can’t think of another competitor that will come close in this regard.Overall refinement – Microsoft has the money to throw at proper R&D, design, and production line assembly and it shows. When you consider the overall design, the feel, how the controller is sculpted and fits the hand, the finishing and quality of the plastics and rubber, nothing else really comes close. I suppose Sony does, but that’s unfortunately not an option.The BadReliability – Everybody knows about the laughable return rates on these controllers. I had zero expectations going in this time around, and was ready to duke it out with the longest warranty I could get. You should never get something like this without at least one backup controller. Time will tell if mine holds up. If I can get 6 months out of this without having to turn it in for warranty work, I would call that a victory. If it holds out that long, I will definitely buy another one to have as a backup.Buttons – This has been the Achilles heel of the controller. The soft rubber domed, mushy feeling buttons are no different from a bog standard controller. I expect more from a premium controller, and I’m willing to pay a lot more to get it. Take Razer Wolverine Chroma V2 and their mechanical switches for example. They’re able to offer that at a lower price point than this one. Come on Microsoft, stop cheaping out on buttons! For that matter, give us mechanical switches on the paddles also.Bumpers – They have a nice texture to them and are sculpted well, but like the buttons, I wish MS would get away from the mushy feeling rubber dome feel. One thing I will give them props for is they made these nice and quiet, like the rest of the controls.I’m still on the search for the holy grail of controllers, and will be getting a Scuf Instinct Pro next. I’ve waited over a year to have a working Elite 2, and I finally have it! As it stands right now, IMHO it is the best controller currently available on the market (when it works).

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  3. Sergio Jocsan López Mejía

    Came perfect… just what I needed and it looks awesome too

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  4. Tim Melanson

    . Absolutely rock solid controller. Compared to my older Elite controller hungry for batteries this has a rechargeable battery. USB-C to boot. Weight has been balanced in the controller to feel… well… just right.Doesn’t quite like my Bluetooth module on my motherboard, but the controller functions like a charm when connected by USB-C on my PC. Dust under the rug.Pros: Carry case has an opening for charging. Has a base for charging. Comes WITH a USB-C charging cable. Weight distribution is a welcome change.Cons: Almost bupkiss… Needs to be more improvement on dead zones on the analog sticks.Other than that… Rock solid bit of kit.

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  5. Taron W.

    . I bought this Elite Series 2 Core because my Elite Series 2 quit working (basically said it was connected, but buttons wouldn’t register touch) and because R E D. I was skeptical at first because I watched a few reviews, and had some nitpicky dislikes like the build and material of the face and back plates not being the heavy duty rubberized plastic or whatever. After using it frequently, it is still a pretty durable controller compared to the higher end Elite Series 2 and I have grown fond of it. I’m very happy with the snappy input response lack of stick drift, and just overall performance. Would I recommend it? I absolutely would… BUT, it depends if people would be okay with knowing it’s the cheaper version, and owning it.

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  6. Dray

    . This is my second Xbox Elite Series 2 controller, and for good reason. After trying many budget brands that just end up with some random problem after a month or two I finally just spent real money on something good. My first one failed after a year and a half with a faulty Right Bumper button and unfortunately it was out of warranty. I bought this one with a warranty and recommend anyone else to do the same, it has a high failure rate and for what you pay it’s worth a few bucks.The controller itself is very hefty but the buttons feel amazing, the triggers especially. I really enjoy the modular design of some of the parts, I just wish the bumpers also came off easy.

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  7. R.V.L

    . The media could not be loaded.  The Good:The triggers are good. It Feels nice to hold, Looks nice, and has little to no delay when playing in Bluetooth mode. It also has compatibility with Dex/Android (Note 9), Windows 10, Viture Neckband… and software compatibility with Steam link and Moonlight. The Xbox Accessories Software on Windows also allows you to customize any button on the controller to do the effect of any other button on the controller.The Bad (Refer to Video):The A, B, X, Y, and buttons near the Xbox button (Menu and whatever) all feel unresponsive and unreliable for hold actions. The button will disengage before the button even clicks up (refer to video). This ends up feeling jarring since most other controllers like the Switch, Logitech F310, or DS4 will deactivate only on full snap back. The “Xbox Accessories” app is **REQUIRED** for firmware updates and Controller management (why not integrate that into Xbox App???). The cost also seems ludiciously high when I compare it to every other controller I own.Everything Else: The analog stick and DPad are about average. They have customizable lengths and resistance, but I often use standard length and wish the controller had an even higher resistance option. The extra back triggers feel fine, but occasionally I will accidentally press them while Suring up my grip, so I end up deactivating them for some games.

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  8. Diogo Faria

    Que si es original y viene en buenas condiciones

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  9. Darian Garza

    Apenas isso: sem igual.

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  10. Darian Garza

    Me encanto y si es lo que esperaba!!

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