Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 is available now for $24.99

Microsoft ships wireless adapter to connect Xbox One controllers to your Windows 10 device.

Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10

On October 20th, Microsoft announces that its Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 becomes available in the U.S. and in different stores around the world.

As the name implies, the Xbox Wireless Adapter let you connect your Xbox One Wireless Controller to any Windows 10 PC, laptop, and tablet. The adapter is plug-and-play, so you should be able to simply connect it to any USB 2.0 or 3.0 to experience the same Xbox One controller functionality in your Windows 10 device without having to use a micro USB cable.

Perhaps, one of the most interesting feature is that you don’t need a different adapter for each controller you want to connect to your computer. The Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows includes support of up to eight controllers per device, and up to four chat headsets or two stereo headsets.

The Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows is available now for $24.99, or you can purchase it bundled with an Xbox One Wireless Controller for $79.95.

Source Xbox News

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