GuliKit (No Stick Drift) KingKong 2 Pro Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch, First Bluetooth Controller with Hall Effect Sensing Joystick, No Deadzone, Auto Pilot Gaming, Motion Sense[New Patent]

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GuliKit (No Stick Drift) KingKong 2 Pro Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch, First Bluetooth Controller with Hall Effect Sensing Joystick, No Deadzone, Auto Pilot Gaming, Motion Sense[New Patent]

GuliKit (No Stick Drift) KingKong 2 Pro Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch, First Bluetooth Controller with Hall Effect Sensing Joystick, No Deadzone, Auto Pilot Gaming, Motion Sense[New Patent]

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I see apparently they're making some for the Steam Deck, though I guess soldering would be required for the touch sensitive sticks in that case.

The controller has software built into it that puts a deadzone on the analog sticks before the input is registered on games you play on PC. Advanced Motion Sense Assist] Built-in dual vibration motors, Kingkong 2 Pro controller support rumble intensity adjustment (four-level vibration adjustment, the lowest level is no vibration). The others I think also allow you to map a button to send some limited gyro inputs to your stick readings, so you can in theory add some gyro aim to games which don't natively support it, but there are some caveats that the phawx goes over in their review. I particularly like the contrast between the chrome bumpers and triggers and the black body on the version I tested. This will disappoint fans of first-person shooters and other games that rely heavily on the triggers.

I'll be holding ZR and pressing other buttons (Jumping, swimming, open the map) then when I let go of ZR it's still being registered as held down.

The KingKong 2 Pro lacks trigger tension customization, a removable battery, or rear paddle buttons. Patented Low Power Technology provides only 50% power of original carbon film joystick for more power saving and longer gaming session. wireless connectivity for lower latency inputs (much better for competitive games), though you’ll need to source your own USB receiver as one doesn’t come in the box — GuliKit sells its own model, though an 8BitDo one worked fine for me. The face buttons: They seem to have taken the standard rubber membrane + conductive pad design of something like the ds4 or xbone controller, and instead attached the conductive pads to what I can only describe as mini Cherry Mx Brown switches? You have to open the manual to learn how to activate its Zero Dead Zone mode that gives the controller the functionality that is expected out of the games you play, and you have to do this every single time you turn it on.The GuliKit King Kong Pro 2 controller promises a lot, but delivers, making it one of the best third-party controllers on the market for Nintendo Switch. It did leave marks with my tools and was easy enough to smooth out it didn't affect your grip or feel after. However, all of these calibrations can be intimidating since they require a number of button presses that might not seep into one’s memory from the get-go. Aside from Nintendo’s console, this includes support for Android, iOS, macOS, and Windows via XInput, or DirectInput for older titles. Would be nice if they move the config button down or up and move the other buttons closer to what the switch pro have.

It includes the Home and Screenshot buttons found on the Switch, and two additional face buttons for controlling built-in macro functionality. It’s also promising to see that GuliKit is keeping with its innovation ethos in this space and I look forward to what they come up with next. This controller, as well as the new Aya Neo Next for instance will be the first few controllers that will use this hall effect stick. Ideally, gyro aim is supposed to feel natural, and has been a fantastic lesson to the video game industry since Ocarina of Time 3D. The connector isn’t restricted to their brand so you can use any USB-C to USB-A cable and it will connect just fine.Q: When I used this controller for a few months, the buttons didn't feel so smooth and even got stuck. You absolutely shouldn’t use this for Splatoon in any way if you already have a Switch Pro Controller. It might have a quirky name and look like a clone of an Xbox gamepad, but the GuliKit KingKong 2 Pro is the best near-universal Bluetooth controller I've tested to date.

To by-pass the issue altogether, gaming peripheral manufacturer GuliKit designed new joysticks that use a system of magnets and leverages the Hall effect to make the use of carbon film and its associated issues a thing of the past; or so it claims. It’s a real shame there’s no companion app that could do all this for you; it would also provide a way to update the firmware that doesn’t require a PC. The sticks are ribbed on the edges and the back where your hands are dotted, giving some grip to it all. My understanding is that if you're gonna get one, make sure you don't get the KingKong Pro or KingKong 2 controllers, as both have caveats (ALPS sticks, less additional features respectively). Unfortunately Microsoft seems to relegate everything except SCUF controllers to wired, which has really limited the number of great PC/Xbox controllers.After you connect it to your PC, you hold a combination of buttons and the controller becomes a storage drive on your PC, you can then copy or swap out the automation files for different games. In Mobile mode and DirectInput mode however, it cannot be found in Supported Controller Database, so Steam recognizes it as standard DirectInput device. They feel wooden and dead, offering little tactile feedback when reaching their full range of action, and feeling frictionless when rapidly pulled. There's not a whole lot to say about these other than they work pretty seamlessly and Switch pro has full gyro.



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