What's the difference between controllers?

by Theo1290. Posted on Jul 01, 2020    0    2


Currently looking at buying a controller for my pc, have been recommended the xbox one controller. I definitely want it wireless (though not sure if bluetooth or adapter is the better option), but there appear to be 2 different controllers.

No idea what's the actual difference between the first 2 links

https://www.ebgames.com.au/product/pc/223420-microsoft-xbox-one-wireless-controller-cable-for-windows

https://www.ebgames.com.au/product/xbox-one/222061-xbox-one-s-wireless-controller-black

https://www.ebgames.com.au/product/pc/209663-xbox-one-wireless-controller-adaptor

First link comes with a cable, but under the description: "The Xbox Controller’s integrated Bluetooth allows you to wirelessly play your favourite games on a number of different mobile devices"

Not sure if by mobile devices it means it works with pc as well or not.

2nd link has no cable but this description: Includes Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 PCs and tablets

Both are same price. 3rd link is with adapter but doesn't seem to have bluetooth. Which one is generally my best option?


Comments

Mustache_Guy 2

1st and 2nd ones are the exact same controller.

3rd one is the original Xbox One controller form before they added Bluetooth and the 3.5mm headphone jack. Hence the need for the adapter.

  Theo1290 1

Ok thanks. Is there any reason why they'd sell the first 2 at the same price but one comes with a cable?