|Release||April 17, 2021|
|Compatibility||PS5 / PS4 / PS3 / PSC / XSX / XB1 / X360 / NS / WU / PC*|
|Dimensions||13.8” x 7.9” x 1.8”|
The FightBox F1 has three Sanwa OBSF-24 buttons and one Sanwa OBSF-30 button on the left instead of a joystick. Additionally, there are six non-slip pads at the bottom to make the controller more stable. Depending on which edition you choose, the best printed circuit board (PCB) option seems to be the Brook Universal Fighting Board (UFB). The controller can also be compatible with the Neogeo Mini, Sega Genesis Mini, and Android.
The edition you choose may not include SOCD cleaning, which is avoiding registering opposite directions pressed simultaneously. The PlayStation edition has four buttons on the back for R3, L3, share, and the touchpad. It has two buttons on the side as home and options buttons as well. As for the cable, it is a USB type B to type A. The case is metallic, and the panel is acrylic.
This is a clone of the RAC-J800. Available is a black edition as well as the F2, F5, F6, and F8.