The Xbox Wireless Controller is a gaming input device that enables gameplay on any device. It easily pairs with Xbox consoles, PCs, and mobile platforms. Using feedback from gamers, the designers sculpted and shrunk some key surfaces to accommodate smaller hands while also improving comfort for players with larger hands. This expanded the range of target hand sizes from the 5th–95th percentiles to the 3rd–95th percentiles. It also improves performance with a directional pad (the D-pad) and features refined textures, lower input latency, and one-tap capture and share features.
Designed by: Microsoft - Windows and Devices Design Team