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Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller - For Xbox One / PC – $59.99 + Free S/H

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Newegg.com [newegg.com] has select Razer Wildcat Gaming Controllers on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free.

The price on this ordinarily ranges from ~$90 on the lowest end up to around $150, so this is a pretty slick deal.

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$60 for a wired controller? I know it's Razer but... seriously?
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Yes, it's more aimed at serious competetive gamers, and a serious competetive gamer would never use a wireless controller because of the increased response time and possible connectivity interference / batteries dying. It's not a huge difference, but it's still there. I agree it would be nice to have the option either or, but then it would likely be over $100 even on sale.
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How is the trigger range, spring resistance, and precision on these? I'd be using this for racing where trigger control is critical. I have a cheap Power A controller and the triggers practically have no spring resistance making it difficult for precise throttle and brake application.
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These can also be found at some Walmart stores IN STORE for $55-64.

SKU: 48939754

Brickseek link: http://brickseek.com/walmart-inve...u=48939754
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Confused. Why not just buy an Xbox One wired controller for PC? It's even cheaper.

https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-Contr...b_title_ce

Actually I've used the Xbone controller and I prefer the 360 version. Wired 360 controllers are dirt cheap too.
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Confused. Why not just buy an Xbox One wired controller for PC? It's even cheaper.

https://www.amazon.com/Xbox-Contr...b_title_ce

Actually I've used the Xbone controller and I prefer the 360 version. Wired 360 controllers are dirt cheap too.
For myself, I could use the extra button arrangements on the bottom of the controller to make racing controls more comfortable.
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Works great.
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This is a pretty sick looking controller. $60 is a bit too much for a controller though.
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don't bother with this controller. I had a razer sabertooth controller and it broke after 6 months while my xbox 360 controller still good and running.
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Yes, it's more aimed at serious competetive gamers, and a serious competetive gamer would never use a wireless controller because of the increased response time and possible connectivity interference / batteries dying. It's not a huge difference, but it's still there. I agree it would be nice to have the option either or, but then it would likely be over $100 even on sale.
I thought that wireless and wired difference in response time is zero... I know that some pros insist on wired but is there really a difference?

I have an elite controller but if there is a slight difference, then I would look at buying this especially if it has paddles

edit, it looks like I can use my elite as a wired controller... now I feel like a dumbass
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Yes, it's more aimed at serious competetive gamers, and a serious competetive gamer would never use a wireless controller because of the increased response time and possible connectivity interference / batteries dying. It's not a huge difference, but it's still there. I agree it would be nice to have the option either or, but then it would likely be over $100 even on sale.
Every first party Xbox One controller can used as a wired controller.
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This product is really for people that don't want to drop 100+ dollars on an Xbox Elite. There are plenty of games where they paddles are well worth it. You can't really play Titanfall 2 to it's full potential without a controller like this or the Elite.
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Add third party merchant info to OP please! Ships & sold by Goodpoints
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