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Integrated Xbox Wireless is coming to future PCs and accessories

You'll no longer need to worry about using a special dongle for Xbox One controller support.
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If you're a serial Xbox One controller user, you've probably used it with your Windows PC at some point as well, whether to get in some Steam gaming or to make controlling any game a little simpler. Previously, doing so meant you'd have to have a special wireless dongle to do so.

Going forward, Microsoft plans on offering built-in Xbox Wireless, beginning with the Lenovo IdeaCentre Y710 Cube, which will support all Xbox One wireless accessories without he need for additional adapters or equipment.

The Lenovo PC is the first partner device to have built-in Xbox Wireless support, but it's not going to be the last, according to Microsoft. Additional PCs and other accessories in the future will be supporting Xbox Wireless as they make their way to store shelves. This should make things a little easier for anyone looking to take their accessories beyond simple console usage.

Source: Xbox Wire
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