This wireless controller has a programmable turbo button and is full-sized
The ergonomic feel is more reliable than that of joy-con A list of only cons
Compatible with the console for easy syncing
This product includes a USB Type-A port A cable of type C
Syncs with smart phones, tablets, and PCs. The Wireless Core Controller must be connected via a Type-C port When plugged into the PC, the C cable will be used
Questions & Answers
Could you tell me if it works with Raspberry Pi?
The Pi device is Bluetooth enabled, so if your raspberry pi has Bluetooth, it can communicate with the device.
Does the building quality stand up to the test of time? As I had an "enhanced" controller from Power A that stopped working, do I need to worry about this having the same issue?
It has been 7 months now since I purchased the controller and it is working great. I have no complaints about the build quality. In addition, there are no noises coming from the controller, and all buttons and seams line up. Charging takes a short time and the battery holds a good Compared to the Xbox 360 controller, I think it feels like a cross between a switch pro controller and an Xbox 360 Considering the price of $30, this is a good If I had to choose another one, I wouldn't hesitate. I hope you find this helpful
What kind of batteries does it use?
You don't need batteries for it. Featuring a wireless controller and a c sync charger charging cable, it's an affordable game controller.
Is there a gyroscope for motion control on this?
There is a gyroscope in the Wireless Core Controller.
Selected User Reviews For Nyko Wireless Core Controller - Bluetooth Pro Controller Alternative with Turbo and Android/PC Compatibility for Nintendo Switch - Green
I love this controller clone
It's lighter and cheaper than the pro controller. All in all, very nice! I was amazed by the price. It's almost the same controller as the ones we use in the Nintendo Pro console! There is much less weight in this controller than in the pro edition. There is a nice touch in adding the turbo button. It feels like there is a deep pressing feeling when pressing the abxy buttons. Here are the The home and turbo buttons on the pro controller are raised more than those on the screenshot, but still feel While the thumb grips feel better than the pro controller, the joysticks are clunky full tilt, while the joysticks roll smoothly but are clunky full tilt! There is very little friction when tilting and very quick release when releasing the joysticks. It takes some getting used to, not just fine tilting, but things like joystick clicking don't feel as good as the pro controller which is more clicky. You can still tilt in the direction you want but it makes fine tilting difficult but doable. The ZL and ZR feel less clicky and more springy than the pro controller, but they are There is a slight difference in springiness between the L and R, but otherwise they feel almost There are several faults with the dpad. The buttons feel too soft, so little clicks are heard, and there is a lot of squishing. There are some times when it is hard to tell if you are pressing the button. Dpad is not the worst but it is also not the best. You get rumble, gyro motion control, and a Charger CD via USB for this controller. Does not have NFC capability for amiibos but it is still a nice controller. After a period of time, the controller is configured to turn itself off. It can also be turned off manually. I believe the rumble is stronger and more significant than that of the pro controller, but it says nothing about Nintendo's HD rumble. Neither I nor anyone else I know has ever tried to control a motion controller to gain any insight into how it feels. The controller synced up without any problems after a bit of charging from the box right away! auto-fire functions both work fine, and they can be activated on multiple buttons with about three different speed settings that can be programmed. My battery fully charged in record time and has lasted all day, but I'm not sure if the battery level indicator on the switch console controller icon will show the accurate charge yet or just show that the battery is charged to full capacity. When the controller turns on the switch, it does NOT do so wirelessly. It instead puts the switch into sleep mode, when which it turns off automatically. The pro controller works well in game, with all buttons and sticks functioning as expected. However, the sticks might be clunky at full tilt and the very springy feeling may make fine tilting difficult. But overall, this controller plays the same as that of the pro. I really enjoy this controller on the whole! I highly recommend this controller clone for those who like pro controllers! It would be evident by the weight difference, however, in blind tests the controllers feel and respond the same as professional models!.
| Jul 19, 2020
A controller that is underrated
A good value for 30 dollars. Pros Fastest, easiest, and best alternative. • Durable, high quality, plastic molding
• Firm buttons and smooth triggers/bumpers, like the Xbox One controller
• Reactive when smashing
• USB Type C cord. (Sony is bad, They had to make four revisions to get the DS4 right and it is still a terrible product. )
Minor At first, the pairing process was finicky, but worked with a USB cable. Other nice features lighter than a PS4 controller, brighter player indicator light, and lighter than a PS3 controller. In terms of latency and disconnections, the two women either received defective controllers or are doing something stupid. In terms of controls, the controller comes with Gyroscopic controls and rumble features that I had not expected. I will update my review if I find anything different. The lagging input was seen by the one person who mentioned it. The two I had turned off are no longer active. The WiFi I was using was 4ghz, and any Bluetooth devices I was using were turned off. I would say that it is most likely saturated with two. It may be due to 4ghz so turn off anything else not in use if you are experiencing issues. It is okay to use 5GHz devices.
| Jan 03, 2021
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On the internet, I saw pictures that made it seem Furthermore, the purple controller appeared more pink in the photos than it actually does in the actual product. I have been very pleased with how it turned out. After I opened the package I was surprised to find that this controller is actually quite good for a $30 investment. There are no super cheap joysticks on this system, the buttons are snappy and easy to push, just as they should be. There are only two buttons I would question the ZL and ZR triggers at the rear, since they do not click once they are inserted. A bad button might not necessarily be a bad thing. *The controller is pretty light, but feels solid, like one you would find for $50 or more. The fact that you get a USB flash drive is really awesome The USB cable is used for charging and it comes with a C charger It is now possible to use USB Type C, instead of the old micro USB that is no longer used. To my surprise, this controller also features motion controls as well as These two features caught my attention during a game and I thought they were pretty cool. It blows my mind how feature-rich and unique this controller is since it is the only purple controller you can find in transparent form In short, it is a full-featured product with tons of perks. $30 is a great price for such a versatile controller. The fact that this exists and there aren't more reviews is surprising to me. "I want a yellow one now ".
| Aug 20, 2020