Tablet Wireless Bluetooth Controller
SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 10.1, Awesome controller
bought it to play tony hawk and dave mirra on my ps1 emulator. works amazingly. easy to config and play.
The controller is durable, and its performs perfectly, worked with my tablets and phone, the only downside is its bulky design, its a little anoying to press the trigger buttons, other than that it is a nice controller
Works on Nexus 7 Jellybean 4.2.2
Bought this for my Nexus 7 running jellybean 4.2.2. So far it works right out of the box via Bluetooth. I have played Dead Trigger, Meganoid 2, and Shadowgun. The fire button did get stuck firing in Shadowgun. I may be able to fix that with some tweaking. If I can find a Bluetooth app that will allow me to map the buttons then this controller will be fantastic. Seems good so far...
i purchased the Asus Infinity Tablet a a month ago and since then I have installed the Jelly Bean update. I started to purchase apps for my tablet (as the market had a massive sale with $0.25 app) but then i noticed a few Emulators that people spoke highly about on the market. Being a CLASSIC gamer, i looked into these and found the applications to run these roms well and with the quality hardware in the Infinity tablet, its a portable gaming palooza... only problem, i was having a hard time with the touch screen controls (also lets now forget some of the cool FPS's they have like Dead Trigger). I said to myself, i wish someone made a Bluetooth gamepad and I was simply amazed that my google search ended me up here. I picked up one today and have been testing it for over 6 hours now with various games and applications.. they all work! From straight gaming apps like Dead Trigger to NES, SNES, Sega Gen roms, this pad works perfect... well just about perfect. There does seem to be a SLIGHT hint of lag with some of the commands but minus the occasional miss jump, i've had no complaints (i'm still unable to tell if the lag is caused by the pad itself or tablet). Comes with a USB charging cable and a standard wall outlet with usb port plug. For giggles i hooked up my Infinity tablet to my 52" Samsung (via HDMI) then ran an SNES rom (Super Punchout) and turned my tv into something i would have killed for back when i was 10! It says its only for android, i did not have to install ANY apps to make this work, just turned on, pressed paired, enabled bluetooth on my tablet and away i went. Could this work on an ipad?? I plan on borrowing a friends next week to see. Will update once thats complete. As always with my reviews, feel free to gmail my nickname with questions, comments or concerns. MY 2nd complaint, its only a Gamestop item.
pairing problem with asus transformer tf101
i dont know why its not pairing with asus transformer tf101 ics. it works with my samsung galaxy s2 skyrocket. im not sure if its my tablet but it pairs it with ps3 controller. i wish it works but now i have to return it and wait for the new nyko playpad controller which is on 10/11/2012. next week for me. maybe the controller i got was defective.
GameStop was brave in entering this space. Several companies have tried and failed to create a generic bluetooth wireless gaming controller. The controller pairs and works with every device I tried (phones, tablets, PC). It acts as a HID keyboard device. It pairs quickly and stays connected reliably. The key codes used for the buttons are a little odd so software will need to know them or allow custom configuration for them to work. Overall response time is good ; a lot of old classics play well with the controller. At times it seems to have minor missteps with the d-pad, but it's hard to tell if that's a communication issue or something else. I'm happy with my purchase and think that GameStop did a great job in designing a useful gaming device that works on any computer you own.
Work fine on my Galaxy S3 i9300! Perfect for play Dead Trigger on my Android! I recommend it. Tested and work fine on Shadow Gun and another games... PERFECT FOR ME!!!
Test before leaving...
It seems like a great controller. I like the design because I am accustomed to the playstation style controllers. I brought my Transformer Infinity in to test it. It connected well but most of the games I played would allow movement but none of the action buttons did anything. I guess if more games supported bluetooth controllers like this then it would be worth the purchase. I'm glad I tested it on my tablet in the store.
Works well with my tf300
I read one of the other reviews saying that it wouldn't pair with this tablet, but it works great on my Asus 300. My only complaint is that more developers don't allow controllers in their games.
Won't pair on Transformer TF300
Taking it back, won't pair to my Asus EE Transformer tf300 pad. Not impressed at all. Not sure if it's because it's ICS or not. But this pops up when you look for the same tablet I bought they sell here.