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It's the Xbox wireless adapter for Windows. Unfortunately the Elite controller, for all its features, does not support a Bluetooth connection (there are newer Xbox controllers that do and a new version is in the works that supports it). The play and charge kit does come with a really long cable so if the controller dies, I can plug it in and continue to charge it while playing.
I think this is all you need
Seems to me like a built in issue to get you to buy this [link] I’ve heard lots of people complain about the Bluetooth support for Xbox one controllers without this
Unlike a Windows based PC, the Xbox One really has no "plug and play" capabilities. (Even with their own hardware.) Sure a lot of Plug and play devices work, but just not the ones made by Micro$oft.
Resync should help. If not try unplugging the dongle from your PC so it is not sending/receiving any signals to the controller.
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows: [link]
The controller will only work in games that support gamepad usage though. To get it to work on the desktop I acquired Controller Companion from Steam, works brilliantly.
when you say usb hub with its own power supply, you mean one of those usb splitter like devices that can be plugged into the wall right?
but also no, its the xbox one kind: [link]
The USB adapter can be found on Amazon here:
Yup, probably one of the best controllers. I have the same one (white though). Most if not all games on the PC will automatically detect the controller and you will get hints for the xbox controller (even if you played with playstation controller you'd get hints for xbox controller).
However, I suggest getting the wireless adapter too, it really improved range and signal for me compared to bluetooth. And the audio jack works well over wireless controller, over bluetooth it sounds like crap. But give bluetooth a try first of course.
Yes, just note that you need a Micro-B USB cable to be able to use it with your computer (you probably have a couple laying around) or a USB adapter like this if you want to play wirelessly.
Absolutely, get this adapter and any Xbox remote can connect to it.
I play single player games with the controller; AC: Origins, Shadow of War, Witcher 3 to list a few. I also have an HDMI that runs to my TV so I can game on my couch when I'm extra lazy. Steam Big Picture Mode is pretty great for this.
Bluetooth on the controller has treated me well but I have always used built in Bluetooth. As cheap as most of the aftermarket dongles are I don't think I would use one of these. Not all features of the controller are available over Bluetooth anyway. If it needs to be wireless get the xbox pc dongle or just go straight usb.
Xbox adapter: [link]
>All versions of Windows 10 offers Xbox Controller support unless you mean wireless, but I think that too is also the same.
That is true, but the SB2 has hardware in it that lets you work with Microsoft's proprietary wireless controllers before they started adding Bluetooth connectivity. Basically like having this built into your computer.
The controller doesn't work worth a damn over bluetooth in windows and nobody can give you a fix. Get the adapter off amazon here I've been using the same adapter for like two years with no issues.
Original Xbox One Controller
As for the Xbox Wireless Adapter I an bit un-sure but I see a few things and some are faded.
It might be CANICES-3(B)/NM8-3(B). It is just this.
Are you sure that's an Xbox One S controller? The original Xbox One controllers aren't standard bluetooth, you need the official receiver, [link]
Type of Bug: In-game, controllers
Description: No option to switch from controller to mouse. I have an xbox one controller connected to my computer through the wireless connector. When I start the game it defaults to controller setting and prompts me to control everything with the controller, even when the controller is turned off and I have physically removed the usb receiver from the computer. There is also no option to switch between controller and mouse in the settings menu.
system: GTX 780, 16gb RAM, i5-4690k. This is the USB adapter, controller is a standard xbone controller.
edit: added more information
The wireless adapter works down to Windows 7, so you can buy that if you don't want to play wired. To use the Xbox app and set up custom profiles, I believe you have to have Windows 10, yes.
Usually the controller has to take some time to automatically download the drivers which you can see in the bottom right of task bar. If that isn't the case, see if it works in other games. As for wireless adapters, I use this: [link]
I have xbox controller for PC and it comes with USB stick that helps you connect the controller. The pairing works perfectly and so far i haven't found a single game from steam that don't works.
I have this one here:
Is the One S controller different than just the One? This dongle works great for me. I don't have an Xbox, I just bought the Xbox one controller and this dongle. Not a bluetooth dongle though, it's dedicated to the controller, but can run up to 8 of them.
Does anyone know if these new xbox one controllers will work with the original xbox one PC wireless adapter? Or are these new controllers bluetooth only?
Wireless adapter: [link]
That's because the base xbox one controllers don't work via Bluetooth. They need an xbox controller receiver. here
Or you can get a PS4 controller which I believe works without needing a receiver as long as your PC has Bluetooth support.
Or an xbox 360 controller with the 360 usb adapter
I'm looking to purchase one, so is this the correct adapter?
Do you have the required adapter to connect it to your PC? All needed software/drivers should be included and probably install once you plug that thing in.
I bought this now:
>Supports up to 8 wireless controllers, plus up to 4 chat headsets or 2 stereo headsets.
If you have any issues you can buy a PC adapter ($24) and the vibration works regardless of when you turn it on. I was using the controller that came with my Xbox One so I needed the adapter. I just recently got an S controller so I could use that controller for my Xbox and just continue to use the dongle and it works perfectly.
Yeah so I found out that Microsoft sells this additional adapter for $24, here is a link. It allows high throughput essentially and firmware updates, but I'm just going to stick with it plugged in. I also found a 10 ft micro USB cable on Amazon for like $6-8, so that'll be plenty.
Oh shit man that's probbly it.
One receiver multiple controllers for games like Rocket League (for example) and bluetooth dongle for one controller.
Edit: Is this the receiver in question?
Hmm, is there any reason you're wanting to use Bluetooth for the connection? You could grab the official wireless adapter.
If you particularly want Bluetooth connectivity, you can probably just get a USB adapter. I haven't ever seen any Bluetooth PCIe cards, but I also haven't been looking.
For casting, anything with WiFi direct is fine.
For the controller, using the proprietary wireless dongle is better than bluetooth, less latency, supports multiple controllers + controller audio [link]
For wired, you can plug it in directly with a micro USB cable.
For wireless, you can get a bluetooth dongle, or you can use the official dongle [link]
I like this answer best so far- I have a wireless xbone controller that I've hardly used. I tried plugging it in to USB just now, but it seems I need a receiver like this. At $20-ish it's probably my best bet.
You need an adapter but yes it'll work with PC games that the developers have designed the game for it to work with.
Yep, that's your problem. If you want the audio passthrough, it's not happening over bluetooth. You need to get the Xbox Wireless Controller Adapter.
I don't mean to poke a hole in your plan or freak you out, but I have yet to see someone successfully connect an Xbox One controller to a PC without using the Microsoft USB Dongle for it.
If you know that you can make that work, then more power to you, but I'm unaware of any other way of connecting a wireless controller.
Of course, you could always wire it in the short term if you have a long phone charging cord or something, but it's your worst case scenario. Good luck, and do enjoy the building process, you really only get to do it once :)
You'd need two adapters. Go with the second controller unless you want a micro USB cable, which the first one includes. You'd need two of these adapters if you want them to be wireless. Otherwise you can just plug a micro USB cable into them.
It does cut it. You can get the controllers for it and plug it in to a TV pretty easily.
I had a broken jaw and played emulated PS2 games w/ an Xbox controller (WiFi Dongle thing they made for it) and an HDMI that ran to my laptop.
Pretty shitty being stuck in bed but I got down on some old JRPG madness.
Something like this:
and plug an HDMI laptop in to a TV. The above one says it supports 8 controllers. They make them for PS controllers too.
I also use a Xbox 1 controller but I use microsofts wireless adapter and it works fine. I personally have never looked into using Bluetooth but, Here is the link to the Amazon one if you want it
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows [link]
Yes, you can also go wireless if you have an adapter with any Xbox One controller, regardless of model.
If your PC doesn't have Bluetooth, you'll either need to install it, or use the above adapter anyway if you want to avoid wires.
That's an Xbox 360 receiver, just so /u/ilovelamp627 isn't confused.
This is an Xbox One receiver
I think I will just buy one of these
Its a cable that I don't like, this will fix that. I haven't used the Xbox 1's controller yet but hopefully its similar to the 360
Troll? Who me? Im not trolling. I was genuinely asking a question. I was just saying its a strange coincidence. and heres the link to the actual amazon listing. [link]
You mean this adaptor by a 3rd party for nearly $10 over MSRP?
EDIT: Nice try u/PriceZombie, but that's out of stock
Is that the only way to fix the micro-USB? Buying one of those?
Because it would be cheaper and more time saving for me to just buy the Wireless PC Adapter since I have two controllers with this issue I'd like to fix.
For my Xbox I bought a Niko Charging Kit that plugs directly into a micro-USB in the battery rather than use the Xbox One controller. The only reason I would like to fix my controller is so I can use it on PC because the Niko port doesn't turn the controller into a wired controller like the actual built-in controller port does, it only charges the battery. So if I want to play with this controller on PC I will need to either fix the USB port or buy a wireless adapter.
Not really hard to find, just expensive. Really, Microsoft should have just made the controllers use bluetooth like the Wii controllers. I guess they wouldn't be able to get more $$$ off the pc gaming market that way though.
I've got an XBone controller (but no XBone, go figure) exclusively for playing multiplats on PC already, so I can answer this:
The XBone controller does not have any wired options like 360's did, or at least not that I know of. Makes no sense to me, but w/e. The user has two means of interfacing with the computer -- a standard USB-to-MicroUSB cable, or a wireless dongle like 360 wireless controllers had. Unlike PS controllers, it does NOT have bluetooth... output? Connectivity? Whatever the word is. Its RF is some proprietary crap that NEEDS the dongle that MS is all too willing to sell for even more overhead.
Anyways, I'd like to believe the Rift ships with controller+dongle for VR's sake, but I'd not be surprised if you were expected to use the cable, as an as-packaged stock XBone controller only ships with a (really shitty-quality) USB-mUSB cable. Absolute worst case scenario, if this is the case, is to get the wireless dongle for 25 bucks off Amazon or something.
Shouldn't have any issue with the multi-display. Your GPU should automatically pick up additional displays.
As for adapters, I believe playstation controllers are a little more difficult to work with Windows, I'm sure there are guides out there to do so or someone here can go into more detail.
For XB1; it should just be plug and play. They make a bluetooth USB dongle which supports multiple controllers.
The random moments might be because the Xbox One wire thing is often pretty loose (i used to have that issue with another game).
We'll try to get it sorted. One option in the meantime might be picking up one of these:
I wouldn't blame MS, Micro usb is the standard for almost everything these days. Things seem to be slowly switch to USB-C, thank god.
Does it include the Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows or do we have to get that separately?
I didn't see it anywhere.
OP, the u/ObamalzHitla has a decent build, will just point out you'll need an adapter to use wireless Xbox controllers with your PC
I tend to remove the battery when I connect through usb out of habit.
there is also a wireless adapter if you're interested.
Not sure about the elite controller but with a normal Xbox One controller you just connect with the mirco usb cord. With the elite contoller you may need to buy the wireless adpater
I got hooked on Xbox One and moved to PC too. Mainly because of the upcoming Horizons expansion. But I still play with an Xbox One controller. A wireless adapter is available for the Xbox One controller in the USA and some other parts of the world. I'm having one shipped from the USA.
Or you know one of these would be easier and cheaper...
actually the receiver is already out. I was wondering if I got this controller, would I be able to use it wirelessly on the pc and the xbox? [link]
Incase you just want the adapter
This is what the Americans are looking for.
Same Issue Here. Tried Different Ports, doesn't work. When I leave it connected to the computer, the Disconnect Sound pops up every 3 seconds. I can't even find the drivers in Device Manager.
This could be a Marketing Strategy, so maybe it's time to go out and buy the Wireless Adapter. sigh
Here you go
As to why EB and Bestbuy don't have it here I cannot tell you but amazon does and is just out of stock. Biggest draw back is that this supported only for Windows 10 and quite a few games don't officially support 10 yet.
Like others have said, no it does not (for good technical reasons, not dumb money money reasons), but the Xbone dongle is finally coming out soon if you're interested in that.
Xbox One controller is amazing. Windows 7, 8, 8.1, and 10 auto-detect it and install the drivers. It just works.
The ONLY downside is that you have to use it wired until the little USB wireless dongle comes out. Which is suppose to be VERY soon, as everything I've read says it's launching alongside the Elite controller.
The Elite controller, while $150, may be worth looking into. Reviews say it's very solid... and you basically get an extra 4 buttons over almost any other controller with those configurable paddles. Plus, hair-trigger switches basically turn triggers into buttons.
Edit: It has a release date now, turns out. Nov 10th.
When you plug an Xbox One controller in with a micro USB cable, it works as a fully wired controller, so you don't need to put batteries in it and the actual controller commands are sent through the USB cable. That applies whether you're plugging it into a PC or an Xbox One. So, you just need a regular micro USB cable - the type you might use to charge an Android phone.
There's a wireless adapter releasing for PC, supposedly on November 3rd in the US, for $25: -
I think it's probably a USB accessory like this.
Not sure if you can link via bluetooth.
If you want wireless, you'll need this: Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows [link]
I use Xbox One Controllers (they're wireless to the console) with micro USB cables and just connect them to my PC with a hub
I'm not sure what's going on there, as it seems you now have the correct drivers installed. Check that the driver version is 10.0.10240.16384, released on 09/07/2015.
You can hook an Xbox One controller up with a USB cable and use it, but they'll be releasing a wireless adapter for it in a few weeks time: -
Obviously that doesn't help you now, but if the 360 receiver has the correct drivers installed for it and the light on it lights up when it's plugged in, I don't know why it won't sync with your controller, so I don't know what else to suggest.
FYI they sell wireless adapters for your controllers to PC. I've got one for my 360 controller, and it's literally plug and play. I plug the adapter into my laptop, connect my controller and it just works, even in PC games. Surprisingly simple actually.
I use this adapter with four controllers. It works very well.
Can I just plut it in with USB cable like I'm already doing>
Many adapters now exist to match nearly Any controllers you already have to ANY Windows- based PC. Amazon stocks tons, this should save on buying all new ones. Link to Xbone dongle for reference..
These games all do an excellent job of split screen and are hella fun to play couch co-op. XBox One controllers are highly recommended for all of these PC games.
Super Mario Bros X
Streets of Rogue
You need an adapterLink
What I use
Do you have the Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows installed?
You could get an Xbox one controller and use one of These
Get this adapter
> Xbox One controllers wireless?
its this [link]
Welcome to the PCMR where its plug and play with any input! And if you want it wireless check this out
Pretty sure Xbox controllers don't use Bluetooth. Something about how they need more bandwidth for reliable input... It's a proprietary technology and you need a specific wireless adapter for it.
Edit: Or this receiver for 360 controllers.
You just need one of these for the wireless controller.
this one is pretty good
You can buy the dongle by itself
so I'm pretty sure my mobo doesn't have bluetooth built-in, so would i have to buy this for it to work?
Use this. Works for me.
Are you using this?
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows
You need this
If it is this one, then yes. Otherwise, use a microUSB cable.
I use my Xbox One controller on windows 7. I picked up [link]
I use this with my Xbone S controller. Works perfectly. They sell them at Gamestop, Target, and pretty much anywhere that sells Xbones
different dongle needed: this
unless it supports bluetooth, like this one does, then it can be handled natively.
but from what I can tell, it doesn't.
I think you need a special wireless receiver
https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Xbox-Wireless-Adapter-Windows/dp/B00ZB7W4QU/ to connect them to a PC, it cost $24 or $17 used, not sure if it works on Linux though.
You can also buy wirelees dongle for 24 bucks:
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows [link]
My DS4 is having a ton of input lag all of a sudden using bluetooth and input mapper. Between that, not many games supporting playstation button prompts and just the annoyance of having to have a separate program running to use it, I am thinking about picking up a Xbox One S controller (the newer model). Is the Microsoft dongle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00ZB7W4QU/ref=psdc_172487_t1_B01M5GG9I7 a better option than connecting a Xbox One controller via bluetooth?
Personally I use and will be using an Xbox One controller with this wireless dongle:
If your PC/Mac already has bluetooth I believe the Xbox One and PS4 controllers both can connect via Bluetooth.
Microsoft has a guide for the Xbox One controller bluetooth connection here:
get yourself one of these fam
If by remote you meant the controller then you can get one of these [link]
Brand new on Amazon for $20 or $18 used Link
In case anyone is genuinely interested, Xbox controllers are plug-n-play for Windows via USB. For wireless connectivity you need this thing.
Playstation controllers are a bit tricky cause you basically need to make your computer think it's a Xbox controller. Guide here.
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows > Generic Bluetooth Adapter
Yes, but you need this.
You can probably get the wireless dongle for the same cost as a 25' cable.
If the one you bought is the new Xbone controller for Xbone S then you should be fine
If it's the older version, you need an adapter.
Don't you need a specific dongle for the Xbox1 controllers? They could have fixed it but I was pretty sure you did.
What I'm referring to: [link]
Ain't missing anything. Yes you'd need two wireless adapters. Personally though I'd recommend Xbox One controllers and this adapter.
another benefit of the wireless dongle: "Supports up to 8 wireless controllers, plus up to 4 chat headsets or 2 stereo headsets."
I agree that it's annoyingly huge for no good reason. Thank fuck the new white one supports bluetooth.
Anyways, you can get a new one here: [link]
Sold by Microsoft
Yeah, you have to buy the dongle as a separate item
Alternatively, you can get this to use your controller wireless.
Also if you are using a wireless controller get one of these to connect it to the pc (each one supports multiple controllers)
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for XBOX One controller
Xbox 360 Microsoft Authentic Wireless Pc Gaming Receiver for Windows (In Bulk Packaging)
How does Microsoft's wireless solution advertise 8 controllers at the same time if the limit is 4?
Microsoft controllers use a proprietary wireless protocol so you will need to buy a wireless dongle specially made for it like this one:
both work exactly the same. though I think that the xbox one controller feels nicer in the hand. That said, you are going to need this to play wirelessly
You know, I don't get a notification unless you reply directly to my comment.
If you need all that you will need to drop down to the i3. I would try to keep the 1070 in your budget.
I use this keyboard with my HTPC and really like it. Wife approved too. Here is the Xbox One adapter
Is this too far out of your budget? You could go with 1x8GB of RAM then upgrade later but would only save about $30. I would suggest trying to keep the 1070 in the budget.
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Yep, I've got one for my PC, works great:
Here ya go.
Sounds like you got the Xbox one adapter, you need the Xbox 360 wireless dongle for a 360 controller.
Xbox one adapter
yes, microsoft makes adapters for both controllers:
you can get a wireless receiver for XB1 controllers for like $25.
A proprietary Reciever Dongle from MS, this one to be specific: [link]
Ive never tried something like that myself, but I use remote mouse apps on my cell phone and tablet Like this linky. I also use a Xbox One controller for most games, wired or wireless via the dongle
You mean, this? Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows [link]
The console nor the controller have Bluetooth.
There is no cable with the wireless dongle?
Isn't this is?? For sale in Japan....
I don't have any images of mine opened up (mainly because I am out of state and don't have it with me), but here is an image I can find on Google of what the controller top looks like...
Best image I can find of it zoomed in
That micro-USB port is bent and my USB Play and Charge Kit shown here plugs in, but my controller makes the vibration noise but doesn't turn on. When I put a flashlight on it, it appears that the entire metal casing for the port is pushed down a few millimeters. But as far as I can tell there are no other issues with it on the inside that are visible. The controller fell while it was plugged in and landed directly on the plug, so I think it pushed it down and further into the controller.
While my Xbox One controller works fine with a Niko brand charging system that plugs directly into the battery instead of the controller for use on the Xbox, I can't use my controller on PC because the USB has to be directly plugged into the controller port in that picture (the Niko one plugs into a similar port, but it's attached to the battery and only for charging, not wired use).
Here is a video how to tear open the controller, just not sure how to actually access the USB and replace it.
If it seems too difficult to fix or I can't find a replacement micro-USB port, I guess I can always just stick with my Niko charger for the Xbox and put out $25 for the Xbox Wireless PC Adapter but I would prefer to just fix it considering this issue exists on multiple controllers I have.
Cool - is this the adaptor you're talking about?
I use one that came with a cheap phone to connect it to my Xbox One and it works fine. Any micro USB cable should work if it isn't defective.
I think the "dongle" people are talking about is to enable wireless connectivity between your controller and your PC.
This one: [link]
Here are the setup instructions: [link]
The xbox one has it's own usb dongle separate from the 360 one. I have been using this one since I came back that came out late last year and it has been great.
You're gonna need an xbox wireless receiver, here is the one Microsoft makes.
There should be a wireless dongle for the xbox one. I have the 360 controller and I bought a cheap little connection dongle which has worked so far. Microsoft used to sell those for 360 but they stopped so you gotta get it off some 3rd party site. Here is the XBOX site which shows the product
Here is an amazon link
Hey guys, is the XB1 controller recognized by the USB port on the back when used with a micro USB cable? Did you try a micro USB cable or a wireless adapter like this:
I don't yet have and XB1 controller for testing but I will try to get one soon. It seems there is not yet native support. I also wouldn't recommend using it over Bluetooth because of interference and latency. The Bluetooth adapter is most Android devices will not be good for gaming.
This is it: -
Good news then, the Xbox one wireless adapter the Rift ships with only requires USB2: [link]
XB1 (don't buy it for the current listed price)
You mean this? It can't connect directly to a headset, it goes through the controller, either using the adapter to convert it to a regular 3.5" combined headphone/speaker jack, or using the official headset that plugs straight into the controller.
Can't you use one of these for Xbone?
With this yes. [link]
That's for 360 controllers.
This one says it works for Xbox One Controllers:
only works if you have windows 10
Yes, Windows 10 - Amazon $24.99
Here's the wireless dongle on Amazon, if you guys are looking for it.
Been out for about a month now.
How about just the dingy:
[link] This is coming out next month as well, which I just found out about answering your question lol
it'll be sold separately as well
6) If I buy one of those plug n play or whatever they're called cables, will I be able to simply plug the controller to my PC and use it? Or is it like the 360 charge and play kit that only charges up the controller and does not allow you to use it ?
9) How much does the Guitar peripheral for Rock Band cost?
I don't think the Xbox One wireless guitar is available by itself just yet. You have to buy one as part of a package, either the game + Guitar, or the 'band in a box' bundle (Game / Guitar / Drums / Mic).
Maybe in here, I'm waiting for MS store preorder to pickup (which I prefer) or order in here.
You can either buy it on it's own on 10/27 or in a bundle today from the Microsoft Store with an Xbox One controller.
November 3rd for the xboxone wireless adapter [link]
This one? That hasn't even been released yet.
I mean, it isn't really <em>that</em> expensive.
I (think) you can disconnect the wire and use a wireless USB dongle. (have to buy separately)
They're not leaked. They've been announced for a while now and are available for pre-order on amazon. [link]
My mistake thought I just saw "Xbox controller". You can pre-order the Xbone adapter on Amazon now though.
Any micro usb cable works. When the usb wireless dongle comes out, you can finally go wireless.
Here is one in a more console size format. The SilverStone Raven RVZ01 is a great small case.
You don't need 16GB of RAM. Craigslist rigs are hit and miss. If you aren't good with parts pricing and the vast amounts of parts I wouldn't suggest buying the whole rig used. You could be looking at a rock or a rocket. Though you can post links here or on /r/buildapc for comments.
Edit: Also Microsoft finally released the Xbox One wireless adapter for windows. Check it out. [link] Though the 360s still works great.
Hopefully you can find a fix, if not...
You need some kind of adapter I’ll link it on amazon
here it is. it’s prime only
Sorry I did not realize that you could connect them via bluetooth .. I guess a generic bluetooth adapter is good enough as per the reviews however I don't want to order something and then return it because of incompatibility at my end .. I am using a desktop PC ..
The official adapters for the Dual Shock 4 is not available and X Box adapter is the same price as the controller ..
The official adapters for the Dual Shock 4 is not available on Amazon (Global Store shows it as around 135$ with shipping) and X Box adapter is the same price as the controller .. As I am on a desktop is it safe to assume a generic bluetooth adapter is good enough to use with the DS4 wireless controller?
I kind of don't want to pay almost twice the price for a controller(+adapter) that I won't use that frequently .. I primarily play JRPG's where controllers are not important .. I just wanted to play DS on PC because Bloodborne was so excellent on PS4 ..
You'll need a special receiver for that.
It's not just the color difference, White one is the "Xbox One S" controller and has a 3.5mm audio jack and a bluetooth transmitter.
If you want to use regular (Black) Xbox controller wirelessly, then you'll need a separate Wireless Adapter which itself costs ₹3000.
Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows - Xbox One
AFAIK the adapter is required for the controller to work
You need an ADAPTOR to use a controller on pc wirelessly. or you can use a micro usb cable natively.
I use a wireless Xbone controller
You need a special adapter to use the XBox One controller wirelessly on PC. I'd imagine you'd need the same adapter for Steam link.
They have bluetooth, so if Steam Link has that (I'm not sure if it does) it will pair right up. However, if not, you could always get this and plug it in, and that should also do the job I believe.
Is there anyone to get that adapter working with Windows 7?
The adapter's already out, man.
A cheaper bundle would be ok, but it still doesn't excuse the individual cost. Wonder if they'll do a bundle with the Elite...
You need the adapter https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Xbox-Wireless-Adapter-Windows-one/dp/B00ZB7W4QU/ref=sr_1_4?crid=255POYOEET3CY&keywords=xbox+one+adapter+windows+10&qid=1564576035&s=gateway&sprefix=xbox+one+adapter+windo%2Caps%2C153&sr=8-4