Cross-platform compatibility with PC,Mac,Android smart phones and tablets,and iDevices including iPhone,iPad,and iPod Touch Easily control your favorite ios/Andriod phone and tablet games with console like precision Light indicators for pairing and switching between multiple device platforms Ipega Mobile Gaming Controller is a high precision, totally portable game controller with dual analog sticks, shoulder triggers and four action buttons Your phone snaps right in - up to 3.2 in./82mm, the largest phones in the market - or kick back and game on your tablet Rechargeable battery with an estimated 10 hrs of continuous, wireless play time Controller will work up to 20-Feet away from your device
Wireless Range (m)
12.5 x 7 x 3,
"Ships in 24 hours": Processing Time is guaranteed to be shorter than 24 hours.
I do not regret buying this product at all! I do not use it for games made for android, though. I use this controller mainly for emulators. I have a super Nintendo emulator, Nintendo 64 emulator, Game Boy advanced, and play station 1 emulator. The reason I purchased this specific controller was because it was the only one I found with two analog sticks, a d-pad, and the cradle. I also like that it has a rechargeable battery built in so I don't have to worry about replacing batteries. So, the following is a list of the pros and cons I have found so far:
-all buttons work well and the controller feels nice in the hand
-has a cradle
-a lot of buttons able to be mapped
-rechargeable battery built in
Cons- the two analog sticks are pretty much useless from what I have noticed... The left one works, but it basically acts as a second d pad. So when playing Zelda on N64, for example, I use the dpad because it works better in my opinion. Also, when using the analog stick there is no half way like there should be when using an analog stick. In Zelda, it's either standing still or running. So, for the parts in the game that require slow walking and special care around corners or something, I have to use the onscreen controls included in the emulator. As for the right stick, it does not do anything in the N64 emulator. I have not tried it in the ps1 emulator, which is why I felt it was important to have both analogs in the first place, so I cannot comment on the right stick yet.
-I have a galaxy s3, and by default this controller does not work completely with my phone. You can you the left analog or the dpad to control movement but that's it. None of the other buttons work. I found from a video on YouTube that you can download the gametel app from the android market and put gametel as the default input after connecting the controller to the phone by bluetooth, then it should work.
- since the analog and the dpad work as the same buttons the limits the amount of buttons that can be mapped to a little. So, when playing N64, I cannot map all of the c buttons to buttons on the controller, so when I want to use the left c button, I have to use the onscreen c button for that.
Overall there are enough negatives to make many people stray from this controller, but i use it a lot since I purchased it and I like it. The only controller I think i may have liked to purchase instead of this one is maybe the MOGA controller since the second analog is not really usable on this controller anyway.
If you want to look at the top game pads to compare this to, I would have to say they are:
iController 2 (in development at the time of this writing)
Snake byte iDroid
There is also the nyko play pad, but i wasn't interested in that one. Hope this review helped you!
Me acaba de llegar el pedido 1312021008427272. Muy rapido es cierto. Los portes han supuesto 14,58 €. Con la compra que hice, el envio era gratuito. Entonces no entiendo esos 14,58 € que se me han cobrado. Espero un abono por vuestra parte.
Gracias un saludo.