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Up to four controllers are able to connect to Xbox 360, such as wired and wireless gamepads. The wireless game remote controller run on either AA batteries (Alkaline or rechargeable) or on a rechargeable battery pack. The wired controllers may be connected to any of the three (one at the rear, two at the top) USB ports located on the console, or to a USB hub. USB keyboards may also be supported, but only for inputting text and navigating the dashboard; additionally, the number pad and hotkeys are non-functional. The original first-generation Xbox controllers are certainly not compatible with the Xbox 360 prizerebel. The controller is also suitable for PCs, wireless controllers will need the Wireless Gaming Receiver.
has been used in the usa and British militaries. The Xbox controller has vibration feedback which is limited to titles using the new XInput API, however, unlike the first Xbox 360, the face buttons are certainly not analog prizerebel.
Windows compatibility: Many are compatible with Windows (XP or even newer) based Personal computers. Some examples are; the actual wired/wireless controller, the wired headset (by using a controller), the wireless headset and the Live Vision camera prize rebel. However, despite marketing by Microsoft, the much anticipated Chatpad accessory for the standard Xbox 360 controller is not Windows compatible.