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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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This can be used to program actions, such as constantly pressing A to shoot a weapon or to pick up items in Animal Crossing. Deadzones are a responsibility of the developers and possibly the player through in-game settings, not controller manufacturers. I put it into an X-input tester and did a circle test that revealed that the left stick only reached a value of . Most controllers do not start to drift until quite a few months into their life, if not a couple of years, so truly testing this controller will be a long review.There’s one weak link in the controller’s excellent feel: the triggers, which also use Hall effect sensors. Hold the key, record your steps, press the APG button again, and next time all you’ll need to do is tap one button and put the controller down as it does it for you. The button design they talked about in the link you provided is already being implemented in their new controllers. Another thing this review didn't mention is that the auto pilot programming can be transferred to your PC and saved or swapped out with other automation files. This is the first piece I’ve ever written where I made sure not to swear or be harsh to the maker of a product because I see the potential of your controller and I believe that you can make this controller a work of art that obsoletes any controller compatible with PC with the right fixes, and obsoletes all Switch controllers, possibly forcing Nintendo to actually try to compete with your line of products and making a better controller ecosystem for anyone who owns a Switch.

The others I think also allow you to map a button to send some limited gyro inputs to your stick readings, so you can in theory add some gyro aim to games which don't natively support it, but there are some caveats that the phawx goes over in their review. I personally don't mind DS4 as the controller is considerably bigger and spacious between the two sticks so my hands don't feel cramped. It did leave marks with my tools and was easy enough to smooth out it didn't affect your grip or feel after.

If you switch it to PC XInput mode (between the iOS and Switch settings) it works natively on Linux both via wired and wireless. Because of the controller's ability to switch between Xinput mode, Switch mode, Mobile mode and DirectInput mode, it is possible to play games that requires Input API outside of Xinput such as DirectInput. Pro controller is a good controller except for the drift problem, xbox controller beats it in reliability but otherwise I like pro controller better. Heavily marketed as a Nintendo Switch Pro Controller alternative, the GuliKit KingKong 2 Pro actually has a wide range of compatibility.

So in theory I guess this helps avoid the problem of the rubber membrane becoming more of an issue as it retains it shape less and less over time leading to misinputs etc.That means you can grab tunics and other goodies from all your Link figures in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom without having to pick up a different controller. Simply hold the gear button and press the button combo you want to program, and then press it again to perform that task. Please note that if (1) the product is found to be working, (2) the fault/damage is due to misuse, neglect or reasonable wear and tear, or (3) the product is not one which was purchased from us (e. wireless connectivity for lower latency inputs (much better for competitive games), though you’ll need to source your own USB receiver as one doesn’t come in the box — GuliKit sells its own model, though an 8BitDo one worked fine for me.

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