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Xbox One Media Remote

by Microsoft CA II
Xbox One
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4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
Price: CDN$ 29.07
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  • Platform:   Xbox One
  • ESRB Rating: Rating Pending Rating Pending
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent addition April 9 2014
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The remote makes accessing and using your X1 a lot easier. I loved the remote for the 360, and this remote is even better. It's small, comfortable, has a nice motion-enabled backlight on the buttons, and paired with the voice commands makes accessing the various X1 functions a complete breeze. For $25, it's a no-brainer.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Well-designed April 8 2014
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Does what it's supposed to. It has some nice features like motion detection activating light, and I like the full-shell battery cover. Works faster and more reliably than Xbox Smartglass or Kinect, which is why we got it. Looks good amidst our other remotes, and has successfully survived spitup and spillage from a 3-month old.

Would buy again.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic March 26 2014
By D.C.
This remote only lights up if it is picked up or moved. I use it all the time for Netflix. Comes with batteries too. No complaints.
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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars  82 reviews
50 of 54 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent remote, but prefer the 360 one March 7 2014
By J. Van Wagenen - Published on Amazon.com
I'll start by saying I really like this remote. It feels sturdy and is good of quality as you can expect from something primarily made of plastic. It does the job, and works great. I even like that it is smaller and simpler than my older Xbox 360 and PS3 remotes. I only wish they hadn't downsized it SO much.

I actually haven't missed the number buttons my 360 & PS3 remotes have. I never realized how little I used them until they were gone and it didn't affect me much. They are mostly just used for chapter selection in a DVD, where I usually just use the next/previous chapter buttons for anyway. The backlit keys are a nice feature that my black 360 remote doesn't have (though my old white one does). There are times when I wish some of the old functionality was here. I also liked the A,B,X,Y buttons so I could navigate through any DVD or game menus the same way as a normal controller without needing to figure out which buttons mapped to what functions. I liked my black Xbox 360 remote's separate power buttons for both the TV and Xbox. And call me crazy, but I also liked having an eject button. I suppose that one makes more sense to remove with a slot-loading drive though.

The button style is closer to the newest black Xbox 360 remote design, where they are hard and clicky instead of the older white Xbox 360 remote design that had soft, subtle buttons. I don't really have a preference as far as hard/soft buttons go, just pointing it out.

Probably the biggest con though, is shared between this one as well as all versions of the Xbox 360 one: infrared. My PS3 controller uses Bluetooth, so it works from anywhere in my house regardless of line-of-sight with the IR receiver. This Xbox One remote, like all the Xbox 360 remotes, require a line-of-sight with your IR receiver (Kinect), so it's not as reliable. The small upside of this is longer battery life, but I'd trade that for Bluetooth given the choice.

So overall, it certainly gets the job done, but isn't perfect. I also am not thrilled about how much higher the Xbox One accessories are priced at. This remote is tiny and plastic, but has a much higher MSRP than the more feature-filled Xbox 360 and PS3 remotes. Price of early adoption I suppose. Negatives aside, I don't regret buying it and I'm sure I will get plenty of use out of it.
30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cool Remote IT IS 24.99 IN STORES March 15 2014
By Jen - Published on Amazon.com
Remote works well.
Has a nice ergonomic feel to it and the price is nice.
It is 24.99 in stores!
Don't overpay for it!
9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nicely made, easy to use. March 17 2014
By I Am Spartachris - Published on Amazon.com
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The Xbox One Media Remote arrived today, and after just a couple of hours with it, I have to say I like it quite a bit.

For starters, the packaging: Like all the packaging for the Xbox One and it's official accessories, Microsoft is really doing things right. No plastic clamshell cases that require scissors, a crowbar, and a blowtorch to open. Just an elegant, simple box that opens with the lift of a lid, and the contents firmly ensconsed within, sitting in a molded cardboard cradle. Lift the cardboard tray, and the two included AAA batteries are attached on the underside. Beneath the tray you will find the warranty info, manual, and quickstart guide.

The first thing I noticed when holding the remote for the first time was the solidness of it. It feels very well crafted, with a nice weight to it that I wasn't expecting for such a small device. It's not heavy by any means, but it's perfectly weighted (even moreso with the batteries inserted) and doesn't feel like it will fly out of your hand while using it.

Immediately after noting the weight and construction quality, I was struck by the general feel of the materials. The entire remote has a soft rubbery feel to it, adding to the overall feel that this device isn't going anywhere once you've got it in your hand. This coating does have a tendancy to attract dust, mostly on the underside of the device.

Installing the batteries requires you to slide the entire back panel of the device down. There is no door, or clip to be seen, which is nice because it does not interfere with the design aesthetic.

The design is simple and elegant (there are those words again), with a nice curved back that feels very comfortable in the hand, and the button placement is well thought out. The smaller size of the remote ensures that one handed operation is easy, with no stretching of the fingers or thumb to hit buttons at the extreme top or bottom of the device.

The buttons themselves are very responsive, and have a nice solid feel, giving a good click/thunk when you press them. The addition of a dedicated OneGuide button is most welcome, as is the back button.

The remote has a gyroscopic sensor in it that responds when you pick it up, causing the buttons to light up for a few short seconds. A very useful feature if you are watching TV in a darkened home theater, or just surfing the couch after hours with the lights out.

If you have your cable box passing through your Xbox One, and have set your TV up in your settings, then the remote controls your volume and channels, mute function, and the play/pause/rewind/fast forward functions for your cable box, and the Xbox One's Blu-ray player.

There's not too much more to be said. This is a simple, basic remote. There are no bells and whistles to speak of. This is not a universal remote, so if you are looking for something to control all the components in your home theater, this isn't the remote for you. If your needs are simple, though, and like me, you hate using your Xbox controller for your TV or Blu-ray viewing, than this is the way to go.

This is a well made, super functional accessory that focuses on ease of use, build quality, and clean design.

Recommended.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Nearly perfect April 7 2014
By Jason George - Published on Amazon.com
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Complaints from my girlfriend about watching TV through the Xbox One have fallen to nearly zero since obtaining this remote. It has paid for itself in that fact alone. No longer do we have to yell at the Xbox repeating the same thing over-and-over like idiots (for further reading, check out the definition of insanity that is commonly attributed to Einstein). The auto-backlighting is great at night, but it is slightly hard to see during the day. This remote has two major issues. The first is that it has to see the actual Xbox enclosure - for whatever brilliant reason it doesn't directly communicate with the Kinect (this is a complaint separate from how the remote works in practice - once the Xbox receives the commands from the media remote, the Xbox then uses the Kinect to blast commands to your electronics). If you don't have line of sight to your Xbox console, the remote is useless. The second issue is the lack of ABXY buttons. Most of the functions are assumed by other buttons on the remote (i.e. the back arrow generally equals B/red), but not always and it isn't immediately apparent how to use the remote in some apps. Microsoft could have colored the backlights for those buttons to match their controller equivalents, colored the buttons themselves, or simply added explicit ABXY buttons on the remote.

Overall, this is a great remote and I highly recommend it.
13 of 17 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars MASSIVE step back March 21 2014
By Future Retro - Published on Amazon.com
This isn't that great of a remote in and of itself, but compared to (black) Xbox 360 remote, it's a downright disgrace. I'll try to keep this brief.

1. No power button. It's a little thing, but it was really nice to have on the 360 remote

2. No ABXY buttons. Very short-sided design, just in my first few minutes testing I ran into a bunch of dead ends because I couldn't press "B"...the "back" button does not always map to the "B" button when using the remote...speaking of which.

3. The "Back" and "One Guide" buttons have their places reversed compared to the Xbox One controller, just doesn't make sense to me.

4. The 4 Way directional pad is recessed for some reason, easily the thing requires the most tactile feedback has the least

5. IR to the console only, the Kinect does not receive the IR signal

There a few other nitpicks but these 5 things are detrimental to everyday use. Very disappointed with this remote, but I'm keeping it and giving it an extra star simply because it's the only option (sans Logitech Harmony).

DEAR MICROSOFT: please release a new version of the 360 remote for the Xbox one, I will gladly give you more of my MONEY for it!
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