High-tech gaming company GameSir is ready to launch the “ultimate mobile controller” with the new X3 Type-C. Designed for professional mobile gaming, the X3 aims to bring precision gameplay with zero delays while incorporating cooling technology. The X3 Indiegogo campaign is now live, and you can visit the page here to get the whole scoop.
GameSir Introduces a New Controller with the X3
A controller and a cooler, all built into one refreshing design. The GameSir X3 Cooled Mobile Gaming Controller is a wired Type-C controller that supports Android devices 9.0 and above. It can also support cloud gaming as well, including Xbox Game Pass, Amazon Luna, Stadia, GeForce Now, Steam Link, etc. It’s able to fit phones that are within the 110-179 mm range. The initial weight is set at 0.60 lbs, making this hybrid controller quite light in structure.
What is especially intriguing about the X3 controller is its customizable options and zero input latency. When you receive a GameSir X3, you’ll obtain two different sets of thumbsticks, two distinctive d-pads, and two sets of thumbstick caps. In a sense, you get to make the controller truly your own. And with its Type-C connection, you won’t have to worry about delays in your gameplay input. In addition to the customization options, players will be able to capture screenshots with the click of a button.
While the cooler is meant to keep the games afloat, the X3 doesn’t come with a battery. You’ll need to power it up with a simple 5V 2A USB power adapter charge.
If the GameSir X3 interests you, time might be running out. At the time of writing, the fundraising campaign has accumulated $4,218 out of its $5,000 goal, which translates to 84% with only 54 backers. There are a couple of options to choose from if you wish to support the campaign. Early backers can pick between the 1PCS X3 is going for $69, 2PCS X3 for $130, and the 5PCS for $300. All have been discounted from GameSir in celebration of the campaign. They’re also eager on rewarding a few select backers, so be sure to check out their Indiegogo for more info.
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