The 6 best PC controllers for PC Windows [Bluetooth & USB]

Below is a list of the best PC controllers considered by the gaming community. In this list we show from the cheapest PC controllers that fulfill their function in a solvent way, to the most professionalized PC controllers that offer the most complete gaming experience.

Name Photo Conecction Autonomy  Fast loading Weight Price
PowerA Xbox Series X/S PowerA Xbox Series X/S USB X X 205g
Sony DualSense Sony DualSense Wireless-Bluetooth

(Load USB-C)

8h V 281g
Xbox Series X/S Xbox Series X/S Wireless Days X 279g
Razer Wolverine V2 Razer Wolverine V2 USB

(only removable at one end)

X X 274g
Razer Wolverine Ultimate Razer Wolverine Ultimate USB-C 12h V 272g
Xbox Elite Controller V2 Xbox Elite Controller V2 Bluetooh (compatible con Xbox, Tablets, Smartphones y PC) (load by USB-C) 40h V 345g

PowerA Xbox Series X/S controller

PowerA Xbox Series X/S

This is one of the cheapest controllers available on the market. However, it has a good compatibility, since Microsoft owns XBOX, so this controller is compatible with XBOX X series, XBOX One and PC.

The controller includes in the housing the “Share” button, as well as a built-in dial for volume control, as it also has 3.5mm headphone jack connection.

As disadvantages that may present for some users is that the controloperates by cable, hence one of the reasons for its low price. Also its dual vibration motors can be not very immersive for some players, losing part of the gaming experience.

Technical Data.

Connection: USB

Autonomy: None.

Quick charge. Not required

Weight: 205g

Sony DualSense controller

Sony DualSense

It is a controller designed for the PlayStation 5 console. The controller has haptic technology to become an immersive controller, ie the controller can transmit sensations on the textures where the character is, it reaches all fingers including the triggers.

The connection is completely wireless and also has a built-in microphone. It also includes the typical touch screen with which these types of controllers have.

As a drawback it must be said that it is a originally designed for PlayStation controller, so it has minor compatibility with PC. It also has a short battery life.


Technical Data.

Connection: Wireless-Bluetooth (USB-C charging).

Autonomy: 8 hours.

Quick charge. Yes

Weight: 281g

Xbox X Series X/S controller

Xbox Series X/S

This controller is a wireless controller, like the PowerA Xbox Series X/S controllers, has excellent PC compatibility for the same reasons mentioned above.

One of the features of this video game controller is that its power supply is battery-powered, so we will not have to worry about charging the controller, lasts several days, although as against has the disadvantage of having extra batteries on hand just in case.

Technical Data.

Connection: Wireless

Autonomy: Days.

Quick charge: Not required.

Weight: 279g

Razer Wolverine V2 controller

Razer Wolverine V2

This is a fantastic controller for competitive Xbox. Being manufactured by the same company Microsoft is fully compatible for PC, without losing any settings on the configurable buttons.

The controller includes two programmable buttons on the front as well as a 3.5 mm jack connection for headphones. Undoubtedly a controller designed for the semi-professional – professional environment.

One of the drawbacks is its bad value for money because you can get higher quality with the investment of a little more money.

Technical Data Sheet.

Connection: USB (only removable at one end)

Autonomy: No.

Quick charge: No need.

Weight: 274g

Razer Wolverine Ultimate controller

Razer Wolverine Ultimate

Undoubtedly one of the best controllers on the market, and therefore it is also highly priced. So it is not an economical or affordable option for all pockets.

One of the reasons that is considered a good controller is that it is completely customizable, its buttons are configurable and can change the arrangement of both the stick and the crosshead, this is ideal for adjusting the controller to our gameplay.

In addition, the controller includes 4 programmable buttons on the back, plus the sticks and D-Pad have magnetic grip, just like the Xbox Elite.


Technical Sheet.

Connection: USB-C

Autonomy: 12 hours.

Quick charge: Yes.

Weight: 272g

Xbox Elite Controller V2

Xbox Elite Controller V2

This is one of the best controllers considered by gamers, although it must also be said that it is also one of the most expensive.

A controller with ananti-slip finish that provides an exceptional grip. The controller is totally configurable, the arrangement of the joystick and crosshead is free, being able to exchange their location to adjust as much as possible to our gameplay. It has Stick and D-Pad with magnetic grip. This does not end here, because the trigger travels are adjustable to make them more or less sensitive according to our taste.

Compared to the previous version Razer Wolverine Ultimate its programmable buttons are replaced by levers, the latter being much more ergonomic. The controller also includes a 3.5mm jack connection for headphones.


Connection: Bluetooh (compatible with Xbox, Tablets, Smartphones and PC) (USB-C charging).

Autonomy: 40 hours.

Quick charge. Yes

Weight: 345g

Other controllers for PC

  • KROM Kaiser
  • GameSir G4s
  • SteelSeries Stratus XL
  • Nacon Revolution Pro Controller 2
  • Astro C40 TR