Microsoft released the Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows at the tail end of October, and at the time the company was only willing to support Windows 10. The company has since change its stance and released drivers for both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 operating systems. Microsoft's Larry Hryb broke the news on Twitter to let Xbox fans know.
Microsoft's Xbox One Wireless Adapter supports up to 8 wireless controllers, The original MSRP was $24.99, but they are currently sold out at the Microsoft Store. Microsoft's Amazon page has them in stock but the price tag $49.99 for the current stock.
Update, 12/14/15, 8:25am PT: The original version stated the retail price is $49.99 based on the Amazon link provided in source Tweet.
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I have not used the XboxOne controller yet but I haven't seen a compelling reason to upgrade quite yet.
I'm still using Win 7 because i wanted to give Win 10 a chance to have more bugs ironed out. I'll Install my free upgradea week or two before or goes away.
In the mean time, this is good news for me.