The Xbox One X is finally out and there will be offers galore this season. If you intend to buy one soon, you will need some accessories (but do not let the guy at the store talk to you about things you do not need). Here are the accessories that are worth snatching.
An additional controller
Why two controllers if you do not play at the same time? Each user can pair his own controller to his account, so when he recovers his controller, he automatically opens with his profile and his games. Giving each player his own controller makes sure you do not end up playing someone else 's game and you always buy games for the good account. If you really want to be personal, Microsoft will let you customize your own controller although it may raise the price by $ 80.
A controller loading dock
Xbox One controllers still use AA batteries, making it the only controller of the current generation of consoles that can not be recharged.
Fortunately, you can solve this problem with a loading dock . These usually come with a rechargeable battery that fits into the slot where the AA batteries go. When you have finished playing, set your controller on the dock and it will be ready the next time you play. This accessory is easily paid for throughout the life of your console, so if you only have one product, we recommend it.
A cat keyboard
The best reason for buying a cat keyboard is if you are planning a lot of messages on your Xbox. However, even if you do not want to talk to someone during your party, a cat is always super useful. This makes it easy to enter searches, enter your account information, or connect to your Wi-Fi network. It's also very easy to exchange between controllers, so you can get one and share it with anyone who uses your device. console. The official chatpad also comes with a headset for voice chat, if you need it. If you prefer to pass the helmet, this one is a little cheaper .
A multimedia remote control
The Xbox One X makes a multimedia center particularly good, since it's the only console with a 4K Blu-Ray drive. If you use it to watch things as much as gaming stuff, then a multimedia remote is a nice accessory. That of Microsoft has a nice matte finish, bright buttons and a dedicated Xbox button. If the absence of a numeric keypad is a problem, that of PDP has a numeric keypad and is slightly cheaper, about it.
Xbox Live Gold
Microsoft presents Xbox Live Gold as its online multiplayer service, but even if you do not play online, it's still a good deal. Each month, members get a few specific free games plus discounts on many other games in the store. Sometimes free games are smaller indie titles, but occasionally you get a bigger budget, high level games. If you play even some of the games you get, the $ 60 / year subscription can pay for itself.
Accessories most people probably do not need
When shopping on a console, someone at the store will likely attempt an upsell or two (especially if you buy for someone else and do not know what all the accessories are doing ). If you really want an accessory, go for it. However, these are the ones you should not let a representative talk to you about.
The Kinect was a very cool technology that Microsoft has never really highlighted well. Now he is stopped. You do not even need it for using voice commands . There were some games that used it well, like Just Dance, but unless there is a specific game for which you really want the Kinect, you should probably ignore it.
A vertical support
If you want vertical support because you think your console looks cooler or because you only have vertical space in your installation home theater, so you do it. However, a vertical bracket is not needed to "cool" your console, or any of the other claims that media makers offer. In fact, poor support can block the side vents of your console. If you are worried about overheating, make sure you have enough space around your devices and do not stack them on top of each other or stack them on top of each other.
Stereo Headphone Adapter
The very first Xbox One controllers did not have a 3.5mm headphone jack, and they needed a stereo headphone adapter . In a setback of the trend among smartphone makers Microsoft added the headphone jack in 2015. As long as you buy a new stock, you should not need this accessory to plug in your headphones.