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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]

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From 8Bitdo, the Hori Split Pad Pro, and the incredible official Pro Controller, you can even grab an officially licensed Nintendo 64 controller for the system! Unlike some third-party controllers like 8BitDo’s Ultimate Bluetooth Controller and Pro 2, the GuliKit KingKong 2 Pro doesn’t have rear paddles, so what you see on the front is what you get. Please note that the Kingkong 2 pro controller can scan all of the original amiibo and other amiibo nfc tag and card, except N2 Elite Amiibo.

With joysticks that won't suffer stick drift, a plethora of connectivity options, a sleek (if familiar) design, tons of customization options, and even amiibo support, the GuliKit KingKong 2 Pro may lack fancy software and accessories, but it delivers on quality, versatility, and hides a few tricks to help you "cheat" your way to victory. If you go to their Facebook page, they have a video posted of a machine that is putting the controller through physical testing with over 1million movements and its still going strong and accurate. And since it is translated to English, that means the controllers originate from China, and GuliKit lets you know clearly as the box itself is littered with Chinese lettering from back to front. Controllers have had firmware since the WiiU’s Gamepad as far as my knowledge goes, but I can’t imagine this much software built-in gives the controller good latency compared to what’s offered by Sony, Microsoft or Nintendo, but what if you decide to just ignore Zero Dead Zone mode and play Splatoon 3 with the controller’s gyro aim?Gulikit’s controller looks and feels better than these alternatives and is one of only two on the market with Hall effect sensors (they’re also found in the 8Bitdo Ultimate as Gulikit provides Hall effect thumbstick to other manufacturers). I really want to see gyro and back buttons in first party controllers even if it means releasing a plug-in pack (Xbox). Now, this may set off a red flag for many, as Chinese-manufactured products have been getting a bad reputation over the past two decades—and that’s perfectly fair to assume. If you’re reading this, then you’re one of three people: Someone who hates Nintendo’s Pro Controller so much that you’re desperate for alternatives, you want a good general PC gaming controller, or someone who bought it after seeing Wulff Den or Linus Tech Tips review it and now you’re thinking of hunting me down and ramming all of my other controllers into my butt because I just made your purchase feel like a waste of money, but you can go ahead and do that! Another thing this review didn't mention is that the auto pilot programming can be transferred to your PC and saved or swapped out with other automation files.

Most controllers do not start to drift until quite a few months into their life, if not a couple of years, so truly testing this controller will be a long review. More textured are the back of the hand grips which bear a dotted pattern which have a nice feel to the touch.Which is sad, because it was supposed to be an issue only with the first batch of the older revision?

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