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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 March 2020
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 So I bought a raspberry pi 4 and got a card that was pre loaded with emulation station and all the games.... Everything was smooth until I tried to set up the Bluetooth for either a PS4 or Xbox One controller. I couldn't seem to keep the connection when it came out of the settings and went back into the emulation station main screen. What I did know it's that when I plugged in a keyboard with a 2.4ghz dongle it worked perfectly with no set up!. Back to Google I went on researching 2.4ghz controllers and cane across this one.
I can tell you that it works perfectly!

Really well made solid controller that's almost identical to the Xbox 360 controller but like others have said..... It's better!

Simply plug the dongle in and press the power button on the controller and it pairs with the dongle and is ready to go.

You will have to set up the button configuration which is very easy and map the buttons of the controller.

So if you have a Raspberry Pi and want a controller that works..... This is the one no questions about it 👍🏻
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