The actual design of the controller is the same as the one that Microsoft made for the wireless Xbox One version when it launched in November. It can also be used on the Xbox One, both in wired and wireless mode.
The main difference is that the Windows version comes with a nine foot long USB cable so it can connect to a PC; sorry, there's no PC wireless support for this gamepad. The controller supports Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. If you are a hardcore PC gamer, will you be getting the Xbox One controller for Windows?
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