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Microsoft Xbox 360 Crossfire Wireless Gaming Receiver for Windows - White

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  Excellent Product

| | See all SilentSquall's reviews (1)

Fast delivery. Brand new condition and works perfectly. All you have to do is install the files on the cd which comes along with it, plug it in and away you go. Simple and easy. What more could you want?

  Amazing piece of kit!

| | See all JoshParis's reviews (1)

So easy to install, just plug in & play. Works fantastic with my PC, picks up the Wireless Xbox Controllers without hassle. 5/5 Product!

  Xbox 360 controller to laptop Blur game heaven

| | See all dodgerson's reviews (8)

The driver for this is built into windows 7 64 bit so installed after a bit of googling and mouse clicking in control panel. Worked straight from the off for my Xbox wireless controller on my laptop playing Blur game, vibrations included.

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  excellent product

| | See all astrophoenix's reviews (1)

This is a top notch (high end gaming) essential purchase, well impressed with product/ works spot on plus delivery was grade A+, this is a must purchase . Thank you !

  Top Receiver!!!!

| | See all CrazyACE's reviews (2)

This is good if you have a pc and xbox 360 because you can connect your wireless controller, wireless headset from your xbox 360 and use them on games for your pc. A must have if you have both. 10/10 =)

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  Poor Software, Good Hardware

| | See all PJBoyle's reviews (4)

This is based upon my Gaming Reciever.
It simply was sloppy to install. Has poor hardware, which was hard to update. But once up and running, was good. I assure you connecting a wireless xbox controller to this, is just as good as buying one for Windows. So therefore saves you money. I advise however downloading Xpadder, which is software designed to configure controllers for any game. This will truley unlock the potential of the 360 controller.

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  Very good product

| | See all Jonny462's reviews (4)

this is very good product. some people have had some problems with it because it does not get enough power, but I have never seen these in the 3 computers I have used it on. I would recommend this for PC/360 gamers

  Works perfectly

| | See all Dush91's reviews (1)

This shows up in Windows XP as a game controller, so that means it works with *all* games not just games for windows. I just tried out Falcon 4 that was released in 1998 and it worked perfectly. For £12 delivered you get to just use your regular 360 controls for PC games, it's awesome.

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  constantly unplugged....

| | See all Tubster01's reviews (10)

this thing interupts my wireless internet as soon as it is plugged in. its more like some ingenious microsoft wireless internet blocker force field generator or something.... when it works, it gives good results. but to be honest only good if you need long range gaming from your pc. otherwise just use a wired controller.

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  Buggy

| | See all darthminus's reviews (1)

It works fine unless you have specific logitech accessories. There is a conflict with some logitech joypads, blutooth keyboards etc. I was able to make it work with my logitech dinono mini through an extrenal usb hub that took power from an ac and not from the pc. I dont know whos fault is but it is annoying.