Pocket Mini HitBox Review

Pocket Mini HitBox
CompatibilityNS / PS3 / PC
Dimensions6.1″ x 3.9″ x 1″
Weight0.45 lbs


This is an all-keys controller that can be ordered in hitbox or WASD formats. There are six secondary buttons on the upper left that are hard to hit by accident, which are turbo, home, select, start, L3, and R3.

An LED display can be found under the attack keys. Speaking of which, this controller has compatibility with high quality switches in different colors like:

  • Cherry MX Speed/Silent
  • Kailh BOX Silent
  • TTC Speed Silver
  • Razer
  • Glorious Panda (lubed/unlubed)

The switches should be hot swappable, and you can install your own keycaps if you want. There is SOCD cleaning, and the rubber pegs at the bottom prevent the controller from sliding around during play.


The controller is made of thick aluminum and acrylic. The PCB is the Raspberry Pi Pico. The USB cable is type C, and there are two USB ports, which you can find on the back left side and also the left side.


The controller has quite a minimalistic appearance. The keys are white and are on a slightly darker panel. All the secondary buttons are black, except the leftmost button, which is red. The logo on the bottom left of the top panel is tasteful in size.


This is a fantastic solution for those looking for a small hitbox or WASD controller to play fighting games.

  • Plug & play
  • Removable keycaps
  • Hot swappable switches
  • Secondary button size
  • Aluminum & acrylic
  • Rubber pegs
  • Two USB ports