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||DJS||Microsoft||Xbox||2 weeks ago||
||DJS||Microsoft||Microsoft||2 weeks ago||
||DJS||Microsoft||Microsoft||1 month ago||
I have both a PS4 Pro and an Xbox One X and I much prefer using an Elite controller to the DualShock 4. I didn't want to use a wired adapter and none of the third party PS4 controllers really caught my eye. Even though it's been out for a while, I'd never heard of the Brook X One until yesterday. I ordered one from Amazon and it arrived this morning.
It's awesome. They really have thought of everything you could possibly want from such a device and there is no noticeable lag at all. The only downside is that the built in battery is only 800 mAh, although you can use it wired while charging.
But yeah, I just thought I'd mention it in case there are any other dual console owners here who have been looking for a decent solution to use an Elite controller on a Playstation.
Nice job, Microsoft. As if people needed any more reasons not to use this app.
Today I looked at the recent activity page on MS's website and noticed that there were 6 or 7 successful logins to my MS account from an IP address in Ireland, spread out through December. I'm in England. An example: -
When I did a reverse DNS lookup on the IP, I got this: -
msnbot-40-77-182-102.search.msn.com, owned by Microsoft.
Any idea what's going on here? I have 2 factor auth enabled on my account and have received no notifications asking me to authorise logins and nothing has been added to, nor changed on my account, so I'm wondering if the recent activity page is logging something it shouldn't be logging. I've changed my password just in case.