I’ve owned the Microsoft licensed remote control since buying my Xbox One. Even though I’m one of those people that bought the Xbox One with the Kinect, I still had to have the remote control. The original remote control is pretty neat in that it “comes on” when you move it, i.e., it’s motion activated.
Performance Designed Products (PDP) has developed an NFL officially licensed Xbox One/Windows PC controller. Myself and my two gamer boys have been testing this controller for the past week and I have to say that the device is quality built and durable. I’m not sure what the life rating is for this controller, but it may actually feel more solidly built than the original controller that came packaged with the Xbox One. My youngest son tested the controller with our Xbox One and my oldest on his PC.
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