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Xbox Series X Controller $78 ($70.20 with Student Beans/ $63 with Targeted Coupon) + Shipping (Free C&C) @ Catch

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Extra 10% off with coupon from Student Beans


Extra 6% off with discounted Catch gift cards - minimum $10


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*$60 min spend excludes shipping, Club Catch membership fees, gift cards, or Catch Connect products. If used in conjunction with store credit, the available store credit amount will not count towards the minimum spend total. Single use only. Discount not refundable. No further discounts apply. Valid until 11:59 PM (AEDT) 05 October 2021

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  • This may be a silly question. I just need a simple game controller to use with my pc. Would this be the right choice?

    • +3

      this is the main controller to use with a pc. just plug and play.

    • +1

      EDIT: Question answered above

    • +3

      The perfect choice. Unless your PC doesn't have Bluetooth. You'll need to get the dongle.

      Or used wired.

    • +1

      Do you have any controllers at the moment ie. PS4, Switch etc. They may already be compatible with your PC

      • My last game console was a PS2… I don't think it works with a PC.

    • +3

      Yes it would be, since Xbox is owned by Microsoft.

      They've integrated the Xbox line of controllers to be plug and play.

      Alternatively, you can also ps4/ps5/Nintendo Switch pro controllers, but it requires a bit more setup (not hard or anything, just YouTube eg. 'ps4 to pc').

      I personally use a ps4 controller to play games; for steam games there's a steam setting you can change, and for non-steam games I use a software called ds4.

      Keep in mind that you'll have to directly connect with a usb cable to pc. If you want wireless then there's Bluetooth dongles you can plug into the computer. Connecting via cable does reduce button response latency though for competitive fps).

      I believe Xbox controllers have a proprietary wireless dongle specifically for the controller, but not 100% sure. I'm sure someone may be able to answer this, or you can Google it yourself.

      • I tried switch controllers and it is hard to control

    • There's quite a lot of reviews about Bluetooth issues with the controller. Last thing you want is your controller lagging or losing packets at that crucial moment. I'd either opt for the version that comes with the wireless adapter or the wired version

  • These are going for 30k Telstra plus points, if you have any you want to use. I don't know if that's more of a bargain or not, but incase you have some lying around and want to use them on something you'd use.
    I was looking for a controller that'll work on my iPad pro and Nintendo switch. From my research, the series controller isn't compatible with those switch dongles (fine for iPad), but the Xbox one controllers are fine. I'm open to suggestions though.

    • Try the 8BitDo Pro 2. Brilliant controller!

  • FYI If you are getting the catch free trial and want to use gift cards, you can't use the full amount gift card amount because they need your credit card for the free trial (even though it doesn't cost anything). They ended up charging my credit card for the whole transaction last time even though my gift card covered the whole balance.

    • make separate transactions ie. first start the club catch trial with your CC or a disposable card and then buy the other things with GC in a separate transaction.. Easy

  • Using any codes will void cashback, so you can't combine discounts, buyer be aware

  • Robot White version on Amazon for $76 (free shipping for prime members) at the moment

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Xbox-Wireless-Controller-Robot-Whi...

    • Even if you buy this at full price ($78) with cashback tomorrow. It will come down to $62.40.

  • Thanks OP!

  • Thanks OP, pulled the trigger on this now

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