The best Xbox One controllers and accessories - Kinect adaptors, hard drives, high speed HDMI and more

The Xbox One X here so you might want to get a new controller. Fortunately the Xbox One X will work with all your current Xbox accessories so you can grab one now and be ready for all that 4K funs. 

So there's a range of classic controllers, in a range of colours. Or if you want something a little more hardcore then there's always the Elite - the pro experience with more levers and configurations that you could ever possibly need.

Here are the best deals on everything Xbox controller related in all the colours, with plenty accessories and more, so take a look and see what you fancy.  

Xbox One X Kinect adapter

Xbox One X doesn't have a Kinect port so if you were planing to use one you'll need an adapter. While there was a program handing them out when the Xbox One S launched (also without a Kinect adaptor) that's now ended. 

Buy an Xbox One X Kinect adapter - £29.99, from Amazon.co.uk

Buy an Xbox One X Kinect adapter - £29.99, from Microsoft

Buy an Xbox One X Kinect adapter - $39.99, from GamesStop 

Buy an Xbox One X Kinect adaptor - $88.00, from Amazon.com 

High speed 4K HDMI cables

You don't need a super expensive HDMI cable for Xbox One X but you will need a high speed one for 4K. Most are these days but just double check to be sure.  

Official Xbox wireless controller, black

The classic option

Compatible with: Xbox One, Xbox One S and Windows 10 | Includes: Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 PCs and tablets: | Range: Up to twice the wireless range compared to previous Xbox One controllers (tested using the Xbox One S console)

The low cost choice
No wires
Very basic, no thrills option 
You'll need batteries, or a charger kit

The absolute classic. The basic, out of the box Xbox One controller is pretty much industry standard with precision analogue sticks, responsive triggers and... well buttons are buttons, really. You can use it wirelessly, or with a cable, and with a Play and Charge kit (below) never have to worry about batteries running out again. 

And, if you don't like black, there's all these other colours to choose from. 

Official Xbox wireless controller, white

Official Xbox wireless controller, red

Official Xbox wireless controller, blue

Xbox One wireless Minecraft controller (Creeper shown, Pig model also available)

Xbox Wireless controller Patrol Tech special edition

Compatible with: Xbox One, Xbox One S and Windows 10 | Includes: Bluetooth technology for gaming on Windows 10 PCs and tablets: | Range: Up to twice the wireless range compared to previous Xbox One controllers (tested using the Xbox One S console) | Features: diamond rubberized grip. Button mapping available via Xbox Accessories app

Special Edition
Extra rubberized grip
Only a cosmetic upgrade
You'll need batteries, or a charger kit

The Recon controller is a small but satisfying step up from the basic controller. It's got a streamlined design, with improved buttons and rubberised grips. Plus you can remap buttons using the separate Xbox Accessories app. 

Xbox One Elite wireless controller

Includes: An Xbox elite wireless controller, a carrying case, a set of four paddles, a set of six thumb sticks, a set of 2 D-pads: faceted and standard, a USB cable, AA batteries and a quick set up guide and product manual | Compatibility: Xbox One, Xbox One S and Windows 10 via USB or a Xbox wireless adapter (sold separately) | Features: Swap thumb sticks and D-pads, hair trigger locks and interchangeable paddles and rubberised diamond grip

Lots of customisable configurations 
High quality construction
Expensive 
Can be fiddly to change between games

The Xbox Elite controller is for when you want to step up your game. It's not just a higher grade construction, it's uniquely customisable. There a four paddles that slot in under the main body that can be configured to perform any function, giving you more control options. Using an app you can both choose the paddle functions, and tweak and change sensitivities for other buttons and triggers - creating unique set ups you can switch between easily when you play different games. It even comes with a choice of D-pads and analogue sticks to suit whatever preferences you have. 

Play and Charge Kit

If you're tired of swapping out batteries all the time then grab a Play and Charge kit. With a set of rechargeable batteries and a USB cable, you can top up whenever you need to and still lose the wire for when you want a little more freedom. 

Xbox One controller wireless adapter for PC

Xbox Play Anywhere games run on your console and on your PC so you might want to pick up this little stick. It adds wireless functionality to your computer so you can play without wires.