The new Xbox One white controller is yours for only £39

It's the season of sales and saving a few pennies while shopping and you'll be able to do just that should you be on the lookout for a new gamepad. Both Amazon and GAME are offering the new Xbox One controller for just £39.99 (opens in new tab). That's a full £10 discount off the recommended retail listing, making this promotion certainly one to check out.

The revamped controller brings to the table a streamlined design, textured grip, and vastly improved wireless connectivity. Overall, the unit feels sturdier than other Xbox One options and we'd recommend anyone looking to pick up a new official controller for their console (or PC) to consider the new wireless gamepad.

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Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

  • Thank you Rich, now I know how much my x-mas gift will be ☺.
  • Does this controller work with both the Xbox one and the Xbox one s ?
  • Yes
  • You won't get the improved range with the original console though. I wish it did.
  • What are the connectivity improvements?
  • "Includes Bluetooth® technology for gaming on Windows 10 PCs, tablets, and phones 
    Get up to twice the wireless range than previous controllers"
  • Thanks! Not useful to me and if you're playing that far away I can't imagine you'd have a very good experience, but might be useful to some. It certainly looks nice.
  • Twice the range (which is back to the 360 level) when using the new controller and the S console.
  • How about US?
  • Still expensive
  • What's fair price to you?
  • Ordered. I'm now selling my immaculate Elite controller as I feel the Bluetooth version will be much more use to me.
  • I'll buy it off you for $.100
  • Think this will work with continuum?
  • It should but it's up to the software. I'll test it when I receive mine. If it doesn't support it now, it's gonna happen anytime soon.
  • This is the controller to get, especially for PCs! Using Bluetooth, it doesn't need a dedicated wireless receiver, and also can be used with any kind of device, Continuum and mobile included. A shame it's not that widely available outside US yet. Also, no idea why this article lists the price in pounds, is this offer only for UK?
  • Have they released a black version yet?