Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One

Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One

Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One

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Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One

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Product Highlights

  • Wired Braided-Fiber Micro-USB Cable
  • 2 x Shoulder Multi-Function Bumpers
  • 2 x Removable Multi-Function Triggers
  • 4 x ABXY Action Buttons
  • Zero Slow-Turn Analog Joysticks
  • 3.5mm Audio Port
  • Optional Trigger Stops for Rapid-Fire
  • Optional Rubber Palm Grips
  • Quick-Release Cable
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Razer RZ06-01390100-R3U1 Overview

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Developed for tournament play and engineered with Esports professionals, the Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One has four additional multi-function buttons compared to the standard controller for extra functionality. The optimized weight, palm grips, and reinforced wired connection are designed for long gaming sessions, giving you an advantage over your competitors. Its controls are fully customizable, allowing you to create dedicated button layout profiles for each game and adjust audio settings on the fly. Razer has included optional analog stick covers, palm grips, triggers, a trigger adjusting tool, a micro-USB connection cable, and a carrying case so that you can customize the controller to your preference and take it wherever you go.

Note: Although the connection cable is detachable, the Wildcat controller does not have wireless functionality.

Four Additional Fully-Programmable Buttons
The Razer Wildcat has four additional buttons: two bumpers at the shoulders and two removable triggers on the underside. Positioned right at your fingertips, these multi-function buttons can be individually remapped to other functions on the controller.
Ergonomic Shape and Weight
Engineered for a comfortable gaming experience, the Razer Wildcat is based on the same familiar weight as the standard Xbox One controller. Together with the refined ergonomic design and the tactile feel of the hyper-response ABXY buttons, this controller is ideal for extended training sessions and critical tournament moments.
Quick Control Panel
The built-in control panel gives you quick access to a variety of functions, such as toggling between profiles and adjusting game and chat volume, so you never have to take your hands off the controller.
Enhanced Durability
With reinforced carbon steel analog stick necks, removable aluminum triggers, and optional palm grips, the Razer Wildcat's materials provide ample durability regardless of how extreme your playstyle is.
In the Box
Razer Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One
  • Carrying Case
  • 2 x Analog Stick Covers
  • Trigger Adjustment Tool
  • 2 x Trigger Stops
  • Rubber Palm Grips
  • Detachable Micro-USB Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Razer RZ06-01390100-R3U1 Specs

    Platform Microsoft Xbox One and Windows PC
    Connectivity Wired via included 10' (3m) USB cable
    Audio 1 x 3.5mm audio port for stereo audio output and microphone input
    Buttons & Controls 2 standard shoulder buttons
    2 additional shoulder buttons
    2 standard triggers
    2 additional, removable triggers (back)
    4 ABXY action buttons
    4-button D-pad
    4-button Quick Control Panel
    2 analog sticks with click
    1 View button
    1 Menu button
    1 Xbox button
    Dimensions (L x W x H) 4.17 x 6.14 x 2.6" / 106 x 156 x 66 mm
    Weight 0.57 lb / 260 g without cable
    Packaging Infofcdzcuyudsyruesb
    Package Weight 1.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.4 x 6.0 x 3.4"

    Razer RZ06-01390100-R3U1 Reviews

    Wildcat Gaming Controller for Xbox One is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 2.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best controller I've ever used I was using the standard Xbox one controller and for some reason, the joy stick would stick, causing me to strife left All the time, and on top of that, the A button stuck as well. This razor wild cat controller is amazing in the fact that the button presses are so responsive. And the button layout is just perfect. Best controller ever.
    Date published: 2016-01-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Controller with Great Features I honestly initially bought this controller only for the 4 extra buttons. The ability to jump/slide and aim at the same time makes any fps game much more enjoyable, and it is also a huge advantage. What surprised me was how well all the other features were implemented as they all seem well thought out after using the controller. The main competition this controller has is the elite controller which is what I will compare it to. After reading many reviews on both, people seem to prefer the elite controller due to its feel and its customization options. After actually using both, I feel as though they probably never gave the Razer controller a proper chance. The elite controller does have its advantages. The difference in feel is mainly due to the extra weight in the elite controller. It also has a rubbery texture that is present on many gaming peripherals. I get that this makes the elite controller feel more premium. I also understand that people want a premium feel from something they paid a lot for; however, the extra weight and rubbery grip are completely unnoticeable when you're actually playing. The elite also has wireless capabilities which is sometimes nice to have if you don't want to be plugged in. Neither of these are advantages in an actual game. The sticks on both are great. Both have metal in the proper places to fight off wear and neither feel loose or sloppy. That said, there are many things the Razer does much better than the elite controller. An obvious one is the built in chat pad which allows you to adjust game and chat volume on the fly. There is also a mute button, but most headsets already have this built in (some like mine do not). The inputs on the Razer are also superior. Starting with the triggers, the built in trigger stops have less throw than the elite controller's trigger stops (less actuation time). The bumpers on the Razer are more like a PS4's controller's bumpers which have a smoother press. I've always disliked the clicky bumpers on normal Xbox controllers as do many others. They have just always felt somewhat awkward. The axby buttons on the Razer feel and sound a lot like a mouse click. This is a nice feature, but these are the buttons that I've remapped so I obviously don't press them often. I only use them while navigating menus so the mouse like feel actually works well here. The d-pad is also PS4 like on the Razer. In other words, it is not a pad and has 4 individual buttons. In my opinion, this is a huge improvement over the original controller. It gives much better feedback than the elite's interchangeable d-pads which actually feels somewhat cheap in comparison. The last buttons to compare are the extra buttons on each of the controllers. The elite has its paddles, and the Razer has its triggers and extra top buttons. I can't really say that either one is a better set up as they both work well. I can't give any extra points to the elite for easier removal of these buttons as I don't ever change configurations after settling on one. The magnets also give the possibility of accidentally flicking off a paddle which really offsets any advantage they have over the fastener attached triggers on the Razer. I prefer the Razer's layout here, but I can understand if someone liked the elite's paddles better. That pretty much sums everything up. The only thing I haven't mentioned is that the elite is somewhat more customizable. In reality, there is nothing you cannot do with the Razer that you can do with the elite unless you prefer some rather esoteric button layout. In the end, I would definitely recommend the Razer over the elite for anyone that wants a competitive fps controller.
    Date published: 2016-01-23
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    question

    Can it be used wireless?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    No
    Answered by: Tyler M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26

    question

    does this work for PC?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Yes
    Answered by: Tyler M.
    Date published: 2018-08-26
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