You can Now Buy the Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows 10

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Pre-orders for the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 for Xbox One have gone live on Amazon UK for a price of £21. The accessory was available in the US for a couple of weeks and it’s now landing in the United Kingdom, as well.

If you haven’t yet got one, then you’re missing out a lot. The Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 (Xbox One) enables you to play Windows 10 PC games wirelessly with Microsoft’s current Xbox One controller, which is quite great.

The box contains one Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 and one USB Extension Cable, as well. You will get free delivery in the UK for your purchase, which is being sold directly from Microsoft.

Amazon UK will begin shipments of the Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 on November 20, so make sure you get yourself quickly before the supply depletes. The UK Microsoft Store also has listings for the adapter but at the moment it shows as not being in stock, and we aren’t able to confirm whether the pricing is going to be the same, but that’s most likely the case.

There’s also gift-wrap available, just in case you’re going to make someone happy. Also, makes sure that once you get the device all connected, you go to Device Manager and make sure you’re getting all the latest drivers.

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