iMW Nintendo Switch Pro Wired Controller Details
iMW has a wired controller for Switch, and this page will give you all the details if you’re considering picking one up.
The following is the description from the Amazon page:
“iMW Pro Wired Controller for Nintendo Switch
Get in the game and stay there in comfort with this iMW Pro Wired Controller for Nintendo Switch. The ergonomic design replaces the standard Joy-Con for easier handling, while plug-and-play functionality lets it work straight away. Featuring a turbo button, this iMW Wired Controller delivers turbo functionality to the face button or trigger of your choice. Take control of your favorite adventures, solve puzzles and defeat epic bosses with the help of this gamepad for PC or Switch.
Ergonomic design and light weight construction make it comfortable even for long hours of continuous gaming.
Perfect Secondary Controller
Includes most basic functions and turbo.
Note: No Vibration / Gyroscope / NFC Reader.
Just Plug and Play
Plug and Play, simply plug USB into the dock and the Switch Pro Wired Controller is ready to go.
9.8ft wired functionality provides lightning fast responses and tournament ready performance, while an ergonomic grip and a lightweight profile ensures continued comfort. Additional donation 2pcs thumb sticks to increase your experience.”
As of right now there is only one rating and review on the Amazon page, and it is a pretty average 3-star review. While the iMW controller is definitely priced cheaper than the regular Pro controller, it looks like you’re getting what you’re paying for in this case. If you’re short on money then give it a shot, but if you’re a serious gamer you might want to shell out the extra cash for the standard Pro controller.
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