Top positive review
Best controller for PC/PS3 in this price range. Not so much for smartphones.
21 May 2018
I've been using it for a month now I'm glad to inform that it's been performing really well. The first worry I had was that whether the texture coating would hold up. It's still looking brand new after one month of heavy usage (at least 3 hours of gameplay every day).
Here are some of the things that I think you should know before buying.
+ Build quality is top notch, even more than what I was expecting when I paid ₹1,399 for this controller.
+ Connectivity is smooth as hell. Truly plug-and-play, consistent across all supported platforms. I'm primarily using it with my PC and an old PS3.
+ Battery life. I don't have the exact figure but it offers great battery backup.
+ Analog triggers. They make a huge difference when playing games that include driving any sort of vehicle. Although they have a little too much of play.
+ Price. It's priced adequately.
- Bluetooth dongle. You can't pair it with a smartphone like other smartphone game controllers, you have to plug in the dongle through an OTG (provided in the box) if you want to play on your smartphone. Which is a little inconvenient. So, if you're buying this solely for using with a smartphone, I would suggest to go for something else.
- Triggers. They have to be pressed in almost halfway until the actuation of the key function.
- Noisy face buttons. They are a little loud, but I easily got used to it.
× The controller will keep disconnecting if you plug the dongle into a USB hub, so make sure you plug it directly to your computer.
× Although it has no trouble with the PS3, racing simulators like GT5 will not recognize this controller. You'll need a Dualshock or another recognized controller for that.