Those of you who have been playing games for years likely have your setups just the way you like them. If you play Xbox 360, then you might have an skin for your 360, and different colored wired and wireless controllers laying around. Even though you have everything you need, keeping your controller charged while playing is one major annoyance. Battery packs need refilling every now and then, and wireless controllers sometimes need to be plugged in, making them not-so-wireless after all.
Evil Controllers is a company who wanted to challenge the norm, and made a truly wireless Xbox controller that will last for more than a few hours of gaming. The Ultimate Gaming Controller is very similar to the one you’re already acquainted with, but there are a few changes. It’s lighter, doesn’t require AA batteries as it uses a Lithium Ion battery, and can be charged via USB. There are air flow vents to keep your batteries fresh, and a kill switch that will turn off your controller instead of letting it blink if you accidentally turn it on. The full controller will cost you about $150, but there are DIY kits that will help you change over your current controller for about $50.