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Joystick Gamepad with Dual-Vibration PC Game Controller US$12 (~A$16) Delivered @ Opolar (Discount Applied at Checkout)

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🎮Wide Compatibility: This wired game controller is compatible with Windows (Xinput & Dinput), Vista, TV box, PS3 and Android 4.0 & up (OTG adapter required (not included) ). Not compatible with Xbox 360/ Xbox One/ Mac/ IOS/ PlayStation 4/ Amazon fire TV/ Amazon fire stick

🎮Plug & Play: Start playing right after getting the gamepad to your hands. The USB cable extends 2 meters long (6.5 feet) and you can play sitting a bit far away from the console

🎮Dual Vibrators: Gaming Controller Vibrating motors are embedded in the side grips and deliver distinct feedback during the game, enhancing the immersion and realism of the game scenarios. Bring you a fantastic gaming experience, to take your games to the next level.

🎮Perfect Operation Design: Asymmetrical design of the joysticks is based on ergonomics and designed for the most comfortable thumb position. Ensure you optimal feeling when playing

🎮Customizable TURBO: Customize turbo plus any button to release players’ fingers and destroy your enemies with mere one press. Customers may met problem due to use the item incorrectly, pls contact seller in advance if any questions before returning.

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  • This seems really good for $16.
    I'm worried how long cheap controllers will actually last though.
    Good find

    • +2

      It looks like a clone of GameSir T4w. If it's anything like it then it'll last a few weeks to a few months if not DOA.

  • +1

    Not this model, but I've picked up a cheap similar controller for about the same price at the beginning of the year.
    They're nice and light being wired, compared to wireless.
    I have had problems with drivers, as there was a windows update a while back to block non-M$ controllers (they will appear as HID controllers, not xbox controllers). With a reddit search I found some hacked driver fix. Works great for emulator games.

    I've never know what the function of turbo buttons are, surely there is a script out there to change the turbo button to a mappable button or function such as screenshot or alt +tab out.

    Being cheaper, I expect the cheap product to get dirtier easily (stains and dust) which may limit it's lifespan. You get what you pay for and these are not bad for p2.

  • +1

    Anyone bought anything from this website before? I'd pull the trigger at full price but not sure if website is legit

    • +4

      Negative highlights
      The owner of the website is using a service to hide their identity om WHOIS

      This website is hosted in a high risk country.
      This website has received mainly negative reviews

      This website uses link-shortening

      I would avoid

      • +1

        These checks could be turned into a bot.

      • -1

        Which high risk country? Racist much?

        I use a masking service for my own domain because I don't want people knowing my house address. What's wrong with that?

        • +1

          your use is irrelevant to this use as a sales business, and there's more risk of fraud and scams from certain countries, Nigerian prince being an example.

      • +2

        I dunno, it looks to be a genuine company, and they've got active FB, Insta and YouTube accounts, with legitimate content.

        Here's a video of said controller. There are minimal views, and the only comment is negative in regards to quality, so you probably get what you pay for.

        Their vaccum seem decent enough though.

  • Anyone know if this would work with a RPi/Retropi?

  • How is this vs an old Logitech f310. I keep it in the bedside table for streaming when I can't be bothered grabbing the Xbox controller.

  • +2

    denghongterry, the good old Ainol rep!! "Enjoy life. Enjoy ainol"

    …. anyway. I think this Wireless Bluetooth Gaming Controller looks better for ~$20 AUD

    • +1

      I agree with you on this.

  • i thought ps3 you couldn't use unofficial wired controllers? can anyone confirm

  • I don't mind using cheap 3rd party controllers, but it's darn near impossible to play racing sims or even simcades with them. Forget PC2, you're going to curse playing even NFS or Forza Horizon with these things

    • I totally agree. This is a great indicator of how the build and quality of a controller affects sensitive games. These controllers are best for emulators only.

  • +1

    Would anyone recommend this for use with emulation of Nintendo 64 and/or similar consoles?

  • This or the PS4 controller?

  • Would this work with my Sega MegaDrive/Genesis mini? I tried an old PC controller so I could play SF2 and it wouldn't even boot with it in :-/