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Asus TV500BG Bluetooth Gamepad - $16.15 Delivered (eBay Plus) / $31.15 (Non-Plus) @ Computer Alliance eBay

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Really really cheap gamepad. Works with Android TV, Windows, and the Steam Link.

Got it to replace my old Logitech pad that I'm still using with a USB extension cord for Steam Link :^)

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    Looking for feedback on this gamepad or alternatives, thanks.

    • +20 votes

      Looking for feedback on this gamepad

      Sorry mate - there's no haptic technology on this controller :(

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    Will this work on an iPhone?

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    Snapped the living duckcrap outta that one. Cheers OP!!

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    Appears to use 2x AA battery.

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    Anyone got these working on Sony Bravia android tvs?

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      If its a full android smart should be fine. Also ps4 controller will work

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      Works on mine. Have it with mine since I bought Nexus player years ago

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    For those (like me) who plan to use this on retropie .. it has some quirks. Use this for setup: https://github.com/Phasip/nexus_gamepad_uinput

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    I wonder if this will work with the Shield TV? I have 2 but one of the controllers failed. Replacing genuine is pricey.

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      It does (I'm using one now).

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    Would this work on a mobile phone?

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      Yes as would a PS3 controller

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        it depends on the mobile phone

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    The controller has sold out its reporting as out of stock

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    Why wouldn't you just get a PS4 controller?

    • +4 votes

      Because it cost more?

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        Haha my bad just read the $31.15

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    Wait a minute, SteamLink came with a USB extension cord?

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    What android TV games are you guys playing?? I can't seem to find anything of interest.

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      I used to play Army of Darkness Defense and it was fun, now looking for alternatives.