This is a mini arcade stick that packs features like turbo. There are two turbo functions you can utilize if you want to trigger rapid button inputs by only holding a button once. This arcade stick is quite stable, thanks to the grips it has. It is suitable for modding.
This arcade stick has a decent joystick with a toggle for D-pad and analog. The arcade stick is refreshingly quiet, which can avoid giving away your inputs when playing offline multiplayer. It is light to the point that you can carry it using only the joystick. Players can enjoy playing with this arcade stick on a lap or table, thanks to the firm rubber feet. The buttons can be easily replaced if there is ever a need.
Although this arcade stick is small, its parts are the same size found in an actual arcade cabinet. The joystick and buttons feel fine, and the wrist space was not compromised during design. It has a turbo function. It also has a revolutionary magnetic cable cover. The cable can be detached and placed within, and there is a headphone jack on the side. The arcade stick is mod friendly.
This is an arcade stick which allows you to play your own way, whether you like playing through Bluetooth or USB. The two included AA alkaline batteries can last up to 30 hours of gameplay. There is a front storage area that can be opened to plug the cable. When wired, there is no battery usage.
Despite the compactness, the features remain impressively full sized, even retaining the popular Vewlix layout of the buttons despite there only being six. The lightweight feel is nice, and the minimalistic design packs flair. The sight of black and red is pleasing, and the finish was well done.
Those who enjoy the feedback from joystick clicking sounds should enjoy this one. There are no latency or dead zone issues to worry about. The wrist space is focused on the right side to avoid making the unit too big for players. For stability, there are suction cups that will not detach during heated battles.
The buttons are smaller than usual, but the learning curve is negligible. The closer proximity of the parts requires less energy when playing. Most of the features of a regular arcade stick are present, including turbo at different speed levels.
This arcade stick is weighty and firm, but it is still small, which is an impressive combination to pull off. The joystick feels hefty. There is less travel distance for each input to register, and you do not have to worry about there being a dead zone. The buttons pack a decent performance.
The joystick feels nice, and the buttons have quick disconnects for modding. No latency issues were detected when testing this arcade stick on four platforms. The top panel is plastic, but it is impressively not malleable. The weight is enforced by a thick metal plate inside. The 1000 mAh lithium ion battery can last up to 30 hours with Bluetooth and 40 hours through 2.4G. Charging takes four hours.
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