Bestselling Xbox One Accessories in 2020
DACCKIT Vertical Stand with Cooling Fan Compatible with Xbox One S, Dual Controller Charging Station with Game Discs Storage Tower Mounts for Xbox One Slim Console
PDP Energizer Xbox One Controller Charger with Rechargeable Battery Pack for Two Wireless Controllers Charging Station Black (Package may Vary)
- Charge 2 Xbox One wireless controllers simultaneously and twice as fast
- Charging station comes with an AC adapter and 2 Energizer Rechargeable Battery Packs for up to 35 hours of playtime
- Replace controller batteries with Energizer ones and then simply dock controllers in charging station- green light indicates when they are completely charged
- Charging station works with both Standard and Xbox Elite controllers
- Officially licensed by Energizer and Microsoft for Xbox One;Battery no battery used
- Package May Vary
Fosmon Xbox One/One X/One S Controller Charger, [Dual Slot] High Speed Docking/Charging Station with 2 x 1000mAh Rechargeable Battery Packs (Standard and Elite Compatible)
- [XBOX ONE CONTROLLER CHARGER] Say goodbye to AA batteries! With Fosmon's Xbox One controller charger you will no longer need to keep buying batteries for your controller.
- [COMPATIBLE WITH XBOX ONE / ONE ELITE / ONE S / ONE X CONTROLLERS] This controller charging station works for Xbox One / One S / One X controllers.
- [LONGER BATTERY LIFE] Fosmon's Xbox One controller charging station's 1000mah NiMH battery packs provide up to 30-33 hours of standby time.
- [EASY TO USE] When not gaming, simply put the equipped Xbox One Controller on the Charging Station and it will begin charging automatically without needing to remove the battery. The green LED indicator will blink when the controller is being charged, and stays lit to signal that charging is complete.
- [LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY] This product comes with a limited lifetime warranty. Please refer to Fosmon's website for more information.
Xbox One Chatpad + Chat Headset (plugs directly into Chatpad)
- This product includes a Chatpad and a Chat Headset with a 3.5mm jack that you can plug directly into the Chatpad. The Xbox One Wireless Controller is sold separately.
- Compatible with the original Xbox One Wireless controller and the new white Xbox Wireless Controller.
- Includes a full QWERTY keyboard and a backlit keypad so you can type in the dark.
- Includes audio control at your fingertips including volume, game/chat mix, and mic mute.
- Includes two new programmable buttons which will give you access to your favorite features like Game DVR, taking screenshots or launching apps at the touch of a button.
Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter
- An Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter is already included with new stereo headsets designed for Xbox One. Just plug the Xbox One Stereo Headset Adapter that came with your headset into your controller and then connect the headset.
- Most stereo gaming headsets with a 3.5mm audio jack (that use the CTIA plug standard) can get chat and stereo game audio directly through the Xbox One
- No need to connect anything to the console or TV/ receiver. A microphone is required for chat.
- Legacy stereo gaming headsets for Xbox 360 can get game audio by connecting the legacy stereo headset to the back of the Xbox One console using the S/PDIF port, or to the TV/receiver with RCA cables ( just like on Xbox 360). Get chat audio by connecting the 2.5mm chat cable from your legacy stereo gaming headset to the adapter, using the included audio jack adapter cable. A microphone is required for chat.
PDP Talon Media Remote Control for Xbox One, TV, Blu-ray & Streaming Media
- Multi-purpose remote controls your Xbox One system, TV, Blu-ray and Streaming media applications
- Soft rubberized texture with TV controls, (volume, channel, mute) D-pad, A,B,X,Y, and numeric buttons control
- Motion activated backlighting helps you locate buttons in the dark
- 2 AAA batteries included
- Officially licensed by Microsoft;Electronics General Compatibility: Video Game Consoles
NDAD Full Body Golden Protective Vinyl Skin Decal For Xbox one Console and 2PCS Xbox one Controller Skins Stickers
MyLifeUNIT XBOX ONE Vertical Stand, Simplicity Cooling XBOX ONE Stand
- Simplicity but not simple, best stand solution for XBOX ONE console.
- Secure your Xbox One console tightly in vertical position.
- 1 step installation, no tools needed. One of the must have Xbox One accessories.
- Grid design of the stand makes the XBOX ONE console cooling easily and won't scorch your table.
- Weight: 4.6 ounces Color: Black
Insten LED Dual Charging Station Dock with 2x 2400mAh Rechargeable Batteries For Microsoft Xbox One / Xbox One S / Xbox One Elite / Xbox One X Wireless Remote Controller
- COMPATIBILITY: Compatible with all Official Microsoft Xbox One wireless controller models: Microsoft Xbox One Wireless controllers, New White Xbox One Wireless controllers and Xbox One Elite Wireless controllers. NOT compatible with: Microsoft Xbox 1st generation and Xbox 360 controllers.
- DUAL CHARGING STATION: Up to 2 batteries can be charged simultaneously; LED indicator glows red when charging and green when fully charged. Fully charging time: 2-3 hours. The charging station is powered through the USB port from Xbox One console or other USB devices
- HIGH CAPACITY RECHARGEABLE BATTERY: Powerful and long life Ni-MH rechargeable battery. Capacity: 2400mAh. Batteries can last 6 to 7 hours. No need to waste time and money on disposable batteries anymore!
- PACKAGE INCLUDES: 2 x 2400mAh Rechargeable Battery. 1 x Dual Charging Dock Station. 1 x USB Cable.
- NOTE: Xbox One console and controllers are not included.
Xbox One Controller Rechargeable Battery Pack w/ USB Charging Cable, Play While You Charge Power Kit
XPACK XBOX ONE Hard Drive Enclosure and USB Media Hub for your 2.5" HDD
- EXPAND THE XBOX ONE Running out of space? This enclosure will allow you to expand your consoles storage and fit any 2.5" SATA hard drive up to 2TB. Play and load games at higher speeds via the external hard drive. HARD DRIVE PURCHASE SEPARATELY. Supports up to 2TB (Hard Drive Sold Separately)
- FRONT FACING USB HUB 3 USB 3.0 ports to charge or direct connect your controllers, flash drives, microphones, notebooks, etc... With 3 extra USB ports adding functionality and charging multiple controllers is that simple. Don't lose the functionality of your USB port when increasing storage and add more external storage whenever needed.
- XBOX ONE FROM THE START Designed to look like an original part of the XBOX ONE, the XPACK enclosure is sleek, elegant, and the best organized storage solution made specifically for the XBOX. Keep your XBOX ONE looking perfect with no messy cables to hide or organize?
- FASTER LOADING TIMES Game loading times on the XBOX ONE will improve by as much as 40% using additional faster storage. Air vent extensions on the XPACK enclosure allow for sufficient cooling and maintain the longevity of your XBOX ONE.
Xbox One Docking Station, CBSKY Xbox One, Xbox One S Charging Dock, Dual Controller Charger Kit for Xbox One, One S Console w LED Light, Black?Need the batteries as the picture?
Bionik Quickshot for Xbox One
- Customize your controller for better grip and faster trigger response.
- Improve reaction time with customizable trigger locks
- Textured grip for improved control.
- Easy to install.
- Xbox One Controller is Not included
Gaming Accessories: Are They Worth It?
There are a lot of accessories specifically built with gaming in mind out there. What separates them from normal, cheaper peripherals?
There is obviously a huge market for gaming hardware particularly when it comes to graphics cards but things like gaming headsets, keyboards and mice have taken over their markets lately for both PC and console platforms. From my experience however, these kinds of things can easily end up being wastes of money and I've learned to do my homework before buying any computer peripheral that is specifically designed for gaming. I don't think it's fair though to judge all gaming oriented accessories as bad or good so I will evaluate them individually by category.
A gaming keyboard is almost always flashier and cooler looking than a normal one so if you're into that kind of thing then by all means pick one up. Outside of that aspect, a gaming keyboard is typically a luxury item rather than a practical one. Many games can utilize things like LCD screens and mappable hot keys but they don't typically require them in order to be played practically. A gaming keyboard is typically a lot bigger than a normal one which can be a bad thing if you are limited on space. They also tend to draw more power from your psu than normal keyboards and require drivers/software to be installed if you want to use all of it's features. These drivers add more processes which add to your computers passive workload. Overall they are just a luxury item and having one won't assist you in any vast way unless you play games that would benefit from having hotkeys.
I use a normal keyboard that came with one of my old computers. It works great and I have had no problems with it. It does everything I want it to do in all of the many different types of games I use it for. Although I would enjoy having macros and backlit keys, I don't consider those features alone are worth shelling out the extra dough for.
A gaming mouse is always better than a normal one hands down. I own a Logitech G500 and run it without any drivers installed at the stock 250hz. Since I don't ever use high DPI settings this works great for me as anything higher just makes my mouse too jittery. If I were using an optical mouse I get around 125hz which is not adequate. Optical mice get the job done but they just don't give the accuracy and response times you need for hardcore gaming. I used to use a Logitech G7 and it was an amazing mouse but I didn't like having to exchange the battery packs and have always preferred wired mice. The fact is that gamers using properly tweaked gaming mice will have an advantage over someone who does not (assuming both the players have about the same reflex ability.) Gaming mice can be a pain to use though if you don't buy a good one whereas almost all optical mice are comfortable. Definitely get a gaming mouse if you are into FPS but do your research and pick a good one.
Also keep in mind the marketing tactics used to sell gaming mice. A mouse capable of 5200 dpi (dots per inch) and 1000hz may sound cool but you will most likely never operate the mouse at such high sensitivities as they are impractical. Newer mice are not necessarily better than older ones. Sometimes paying less for a year old mouse is a smart decision. I would recommend getting a wired mouse with removable weights so you can adjust the weight of your mouse.
My interaction with these is limited as it's largely just another luxury item that some gamers use and I have never owned one personally. You have to get used to it to use it correctly and that can take some time if you're already used to a WASD keyboard configuration. If you can master one you won't necessarily have much of an advantage but you'll have a much more adaptable and convenient ability to map hotkeys. They also take up more space and suck more power and resources from your machine. If that isn't a problem for you then a gamepad may end up actually being a worthwhile piece of hardware for you.
There is almost no reason to buy a $150 bulky gaming headset over a standard, lightweight and cheap one. I buy mine from cyber acoustics and have never had problems. It has good sound quality, has yet to break and has a decent microphone. It's also light on my head and doesn't begin to hurt from wearing it too long. With bigger headsets like the G35 you get certain features like better surround sound, hotkeys on the side, adjustable volume on the headset itself and more bass. The average gamer will never use these features. Bass levels on bigger headsets can often be too much and the surround sound is often unnecessary and does not give you better audio location abilities over a normal stereo headset. That is all beside the point as the biggest issue with these headsets is that you cannot wear them for a long time as they are heavy and put a lot of pressure on your noggin. This may not hurt at first but after a couple of hours you will really feel it. That kind of issue doesn't deserve a $150 price tag. It's also notable that bigger headsets break more often. Many of my friends have owned expensive headsets and had them all break within the lifespan of my last cheap headset.
When buying a headset you should always read reviews on sites like amazon to make sure the sound quality is good and there are no major issues with it.
The surface you mouse on is indeed important with a laser mouse to achieve maximum accuracy. However, expensive mouse pads built for gaming do not provide a surface superior to any other quality mouse pad. They are a gimmick through and through. Pick up a good, normal mouse pad and a wrist support beanbag and save yourself the money.