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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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]

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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Kinda ruins it for fast paced games and I haven't found anyone talking about this issue which is game ruining. Your movements are much larger, much more compound, and far more controllable than your thumb on an analog stick. 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. It’s also promising to see that GuliKit is keeping with its innovation ethos in this space and I look forward to what they come up with next. I know it can happen with any controller but in most of those cases it's probably because people are rough with them.

The GuliKit KingKong 2 Pro is a Bluetooth controller for Android, iOS, Nintendo Switch, Windows PC, macOS, and Steam Deck. I have noticed this when holding LB RB LT RT A B X Y and then rapidly mashing multiple directions on the dpad, sometimes an input will get stuck.

Am very disappointed with Nintendo with the drift problem, on my second set of pro controller and joy cons due to this failure. 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. This controller, as well as the new Aya Neo Next for instance will be the first few controllers that will use this hall effect stick.

If you have used this feature before you’ll know how handy it can be, and it works very quickly and efficiently here. It CAN do NFC for sure, and it does have 3 levels of feedback vibration but there is no HD Rumble incorporated. I would normally avoid third-party controllers as back in the day, they had some extremely questionable quality to them (Does anyone remember MadCatz pre-2018? There’s one weak link in the controller’s excellent feel: the triggers, which also use Hall effect sensors. 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.I never feel any issues with lag, with response time in games like Super Smash Bros and Tetris Effect all feeling great. 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. I don't notice this with just combinations of, say, 4-6 triggers, bumpers and face buttons to the point where I can't really imagine this affecting me in any games I play but maybe if you're playing some game that requires you to press 10-12 buttons simultaneously there might be issues. To by-pass the issue altogether, gaming peripheral manufacturer GuliKit designed new joysticks that use a system of magnets and leverages the Hall effect to make the use of carbon film and its associated issues a thing of the past; or so it claims. Matt often flies the virtual skies in Microsoft Flight Simulator and is on a quest to grow the perfect heirloom tomato.

Until this gyroscope is fixed, it’s useless to Splatoon players which accounts for a large chunk of the Nintendo Switch’s audience. Dpad is one of the better third party ones I've tried, though there are definitely better out there.When I was testing Splatoon 3, I put it down and reached for the Switch Pro Controller and turned it into a bystander. I took apart the controller multiple times which could leave some marks to mod the switches a bit trying out a linea vs the lubricated tactile. The face buttons: They seem to have taken the standard rubber membrane + conductive pad design of something like the ds4 or xbone controller, and instead attached the conductive pads to what I can only describe as mini Cherry Mx Brown switches? The GuliKit King Kong Pro 2 is a perfect choice for a second controller, and with so many extra features, it should be thought of alongside the official competition from Nintendo themselves. I've read some people say that there is an NS09 model (which I have) that's a little better in build quality than the NS08 but no idea what that's about or if there's anything you can do about it.

There have been other analog stick types in gaming, but we’re going to focus on the third type that the Sega Dreamcast even used: Hall Effect. Even after multiple reports and class-action lawsuits, the issue persists in first-party manufacturer’s controllers from Nintendo’s Joy-Cons to the Xbox One Elite. The patented sticks are also smooth, and I would say slightly smoother than an Xbox controller like the Nacon Revolution X; but that feeling is minimal, if noticeable at all.Update: In the time it took for me to receive my controller and the period in which I used it, they released a firmware update to the controller to address the problem that I had with it.



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