|NS / PS3 / XB / PC / Android
|10.2″ x 5.1″ x 0.7″
The AUXBOX, also known as the versatile modular leverless fightstick, is supposed to be the most ergonomic fighting game controller and at an affordable price. Several years ago, the Bavarian innovator behind the concept made his first stickless controller, which served as the inspiration for the AUXBOX.
The AUXBOX is 3D-printed & based on the RP2040 chip that is easy to program and with little input latency. The controller runs on the open source GP2040-CE firmware.
The AUXBOX strives to utilize all fingers with minimal movement from point to point that would otherwise expend time. To serve this purpose, in addition to the button layout, many buttons have a longer shape than usual. Otherwise, the button size is 24 mm with a surface area that is comparable to 30 mm arcade buttons.
The switches are low profile Cherry MX Reds that are not clicky. As for the case, it is made of PETG, and the buttons are PA12 nylon.