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It's just buttons!
Just as Microsoft's E3 sale on all things Xbox wrapped up, Amazon has swooped in with another great deal on Xbox One controllers paired PC wireless adapters, which are priced at $45 down from the listed $80. Microsoft is still offering $10 off many of its controllers directly, but Amazon's deal is better so long as you don't mind the standard, black model. You can save even more if you don't care about the wireless adapter, and get it with a cable instead for $40.37 total.
The Xbox wireless controller is currently compatible with all members of the Xbox One console family (original, S, and X) as well as Windows PC. You will likely only need one wireless dongle on PC, but each supports up to eight separate controllers. Apple made waves at its most recent WWDC event by announcing that the controller would also become compatible with iPhone and Apple TV when iOS 13 rolls out this coming fall. During its recent presentation at E3 2019, Microsoft also gave us an initial preview of Project Scarlett, its next console, and offered assurances that current controllers would be compatible with the upcoming platform.
Once you're set up with a controller, what else do you need? Best Buy is offering a good deal on certain Turtle Beach gaming headsets, including several that are compatible with Xbox One and Windows PC. You can also head over to our general roundup of the best accessories for Xbox One.