|OS||Xbox Series X|
|Battery cell composition||NiMH|
|Item model number||1518375-01|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 10 x 3 cm; 222.26 Grams|
PowerA Play & Charge Kit for Xbox, Wireless Controller Charging, Charge, Rechargeable Battery, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One - Xbox Series X
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- Charge batteries in or out of Controller via USB cable plus four battery doors
- Includes two 1100mAh rechargeable batteries with LED indicator for up to 40 hours of gameplay
- Works with Xbox series x|s and Xbox One wireless Controllers
- Compatible with all POWER A charging stands and stations
- Officially Licensed for Xbox series x|s with two-year limited warranty - visit PowerA.Com/support
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The play and charge Kit for Xbox includes two 1100 mah rechargeable batteries for up to 40 hours of gameplay with an Xbox wireless Controller. With the flexibility to charge while in Controller or out, you can either keep a backup battery charged and ready, or power up a 2-player gaming session. Four battery doors (two for Xbox series x|s and two for Xbox One) plus 10ft (3M) USB cable work with all Xbox charging stations from POWER A and are compatible with any Xbox wireless Controller except Elite series 2.
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- They replaced the slippery texture back-cover with one that actually matches the controller. The back-cover matches perfectly with the controller, it looks and feels part of it now. This really surprised me. I was expecting to get that cheap plastic cover.
- They switched the green/red light with an orange/white light. The new light is not as blinding in the dark and looks really sleek.
- I feel like it's easier to line up the controller with the charger now, maybe. You had to fiddle with it sometimes with the previous version.
- Includes both Xbox One and Xbox Series X back-covers, both the improved version. If you still have an Xbox One controller, it's still worth getting this.
- Also includes the charger. Can't say that about some products (even the Xbox Series X controller doesn't come with one anymore).
- As great and easy to use as the previous version. Just put the battery in, and when you're not using the controller, place the controller on the stand to charge. It's as easy and thought-free as that. You never have to do anything else with the battery again.
- While it's easier to line up the battery and charger, I still had it randomly start flashing and had to realign it. This was a problem with the previous one too, shouldn't happen often, but I'll have to see with time.
- Still uses a micro-USB cable. Not a big deal since it includes it, but it's 2020.
It's like they took all of the complaints with the previous version and improved them all. Quite amazing. Highly recommended for all people who use an Xbox controller.
Reviewed in the United States on 19 November 2020
The box arrived a little crushed but the inside of the box has the dock and components neatly nestled in its own plastic cradle to protect it.
The first think I noticed when I unboxed it was that the dock itself was flimsy, wobbly. I didn't expect that. After fiddling with it I noticed that the top portion sort of "snaps" into place when you set your controller onto it. I haven't figured out why they went with this style, but it is fine.
The rechargeable battery pack fits snuggly into the battery bay of the controller. There are two battery backing plates, one for Xbox One controllers and one for Xbox Series controllers. Neither was distinguishable from the other aside from a minor pattern difference on the back; but they are not the same. It will take some trial and error to get the plate onto your respective controller. I ordered the black stand and both plates were black.
It comes with a micro USB charging cord, but no wall outlet to USB adapter so I used an old iphone plug I had laying around.
I've only used it for a couple of days so I can't speak to the longevity of the battery before it needs to be replaced. I'd say the charge is about 24-30 hours. Not bad if you plan on setting your controller back on it's dock after every use.
I'd recommend this for anyone who games regularly and is sick of swapping batteries.