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NVIDIA SHIELD Controller - Android
- The official controller for SHIELD portable and SHIELD Tablet. Support for GeForce-equipped PCs coming soon.
- Redesigned from the ground up for precision gaming
- Dual vibration feedback
- Stereo headphone jack for private audio
Product detailsEdition:NVIDIA Shield Controller
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Batteries : 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
- Product Dimensions : 16 x 15 x 6.2 cm; 498.95 Grams
- Release date : 16 January 2017
- ASIN : B01N7DQ0L6
- Item Model Number : 945-12920-2500-000
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SHIELD Controller - Precision and Performance to meet gamer demands.
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The Gateway to Your New Smart Home
Because the SHIELD controller is always on, you can command your living room with Google Assistant, completely hands-free. Dim the lights, change the temperature, the possibilities are endless.
Note: SHIELD controller can be turned off, Google Assistant coming soon.
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Sadly, instead of fixing incompatibility with the trackpad, Nvidia removed the trackpad completely. On the plus side, the nice volume control from the Shield Remote made an appearance here in place of the trackpad.
The controller now appears to be on most of the time -- but I cannot tell as it no longer glows. On the down side, this means it's easier for it to run out of charge without significant warning (same problem as with Shield Remote).
The gen2 controller does enable 'ok google' on Shield TV, which is nice. But, my 2015 Shield TV Pro is too laggy for this to be useful; therefore, it's no substitute for a Google Home.
Despite the flaws, a recommended upgrade from the gen1 controller.
I resorted to this as it transmits over Wi-Fi. Syncs and works flawlessly. It feels like a £30 controller in the hands, but works like a £60 controller. Sadly, it costs £80. But, now enjoying Dolphin on the Shield. Buttons lack a decent travel distance and are a bit too hard and clicky. Triggers are nice though and thumbsticks are tight.
Even when it is fully charged it's iffy about connecting to the k1 tablet. It'll be searching for a tablet for minutes without any success (after it's charged).
Giant waste of money.
Not really worth the price tag when a PS4/Xbox controller is cheaper and better for playing games so cannot recommend unless you really want to complete the Nvidia shield aesthetic or have some need for the unique features that this controller offers.