Microsoft caught Xbox fans a bit off guard when it debuted a white version of its Xbox Elite controller in August. If you've had your eye on the pearly controller ever since, it's now available to buy for $150, and preorders should be on their way to anyone who ordered ahead of time.
Other than its white finish and grey button markings, there's nothing that sets this apart from the original Elite controller. That means that there's no Bluetooth connectivity on board, despite the feature becoming standard on all regular Xbox One controllers alongside the release of the Xbox One S. If you're looking to use this with your PC, that means you'll need to pick up an adapter.
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