|Platforms||Wii / GC / PC|
|Size||14.2” x 6.5” x 0.9″|
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Some of the features include hot-swappable Gateron optical yellow switches, a steel switch plate, textured polybutylene terephthalate (PBT) button caps, a machined aluminum unibody, a rubber anti-slip pad, an ARM 72 MHz processor, and it allegedly has the lowest latency of any controller in its class. Included are a carrying case, switch removal tool, and braided GameCube USB-A to USB-C cables.
Nintendo Switch compatibility can be achieved with a GameCube adapter or by installing a Brook printed circuit board (PCB). Installing a PCB can also make the controller compatible with the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and more. Some software features that are a work in progress will be added in the future via a software update, such as a Nintendo 64 mode (separate cable required), per-platform button remapping, Brook PCB remapping, and additional PC modes.
Also available is a Light edition.