Is the Xbox One Play and Charge kit heavier than using AA batteries?

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User Info: TerraUniverse

TerraUniverse
3 years ago#1
I'm assuming Lithium batteries would be lighter, but are the Play and Charge kit lighter or heavier than using regular AA batteries?

User Info: Sorbetowulf

Sorbetowulf
3 years ago#2
I haven't noticed any real difference in weight. If there is it's not enough to throw off ability to use it. It's still featherweight compared to the 360's controller. I can't believe how heavy that controller is when I go back to it.
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User Info: krystyla

krystyla
3 years ago#3
Sorbetowulf posted...
I haven't noticed any real difference in weight. If there is it's not enough to throw off ability to use it. It's still featherweight compared to the 360's controller. I can't believe how heavy that controller is when I go back to it.


When going back I miss the ability to hit LB/LT both with my index finger
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