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GuliKit (No Stick Drift) KingKong 2 Pro Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch, First Bluetooth Controller with Hall Effect Sensing Joystick, No Deadzone, Auto Pilot Gaming, Motion Sense[New Patent]

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Its integrated 1000 mAh battery will also last for several dozens of hours which help provide some peace of mind to the user. There are features in the controller that lets you calibrate and adjust the sensitivity of the gyroscope, but it didn’t do anything and kept drifting. The con is that bluetooth on PC isn't usually what you want for things like twitch shooters and as a result the latency isn't great and buttons need to be pressed pretty deliberately for input to be recognized it feels like (as in, with a wired controller if I just graze my thumb over a button often it will recognize is), but between the latency and the time resolution maybe there could be some issues here.

In Xbox 360 mode on PC: After I hit 8 simultaneous inputs sometimes additional inputs can get stuck. The controller itself looks like another Switch Pro Controller alternative but packs a sturdy build with a premium finish. A smart and most powerful gaming controller with multi-platforms Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, and Android. Kinda ruins it for fast paced games and I haven't found anyone talking about this issue which is game ruining. The controller has software built into it that puts a deadzone on the analog sticks before the input is registered on games you play on PC.you may perfer how aligned sticks feel, but me and a lot of other people definitely like our sticks unaligned. Magnetic sticks are great and all, but that's a Pro Controller, which as far as I know don't commonly suffer from stick drift. For anyone reminiscing about the Dreamcast hall effect sensors and wishes they were on a modern controller, well it seems like this might be the real deal.

Include details about the defect and attach relevant supporting documentation, such as photos, if applicable. The delay compared to the Switch Pro Controller seems to be a difference of a single game-frame of Breath of the Wild, and I can safely say that you Splatoon players have nothing to worry about now. I know it can happen with any controller but in most of those cases it's probably because people are rough with them. Main buttons on the controller I wasn't happy with, rubber domes feel better than those mechanical switches. That slight decrease in weight with the premium materials feels fantastic, and the analog sticks are clearly designed to take a beating.What it doesn’t have, however, is iOS and Android support, which is a glaring miss for PC/Switch gamers who also want to play on mobile.

Offer a version that doesn’t have the extra features such as input recording/playback, turbo, stick or trigger sensitivity adjustment, or any of the other settings that are so hard to remember that the manual needs to be on hand. But what GuliKit are boasting about the most while pushing this controller, is its ‘new’ patented anti-drift technology. Am very disappointed with Nintendo with the drift problem, on my second set of pro controller and joy cons due to this failure. Everything seems to work absolutely fine as well, I took Breath of the Wild for a spin to try out the motion controls and the amiibo support, and all features work flawlessly.There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. It comes in a nice matte black, while the bases of the analogue sticks and the shoulder buttons have chrome silver paint over the plastic.

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