The SFC30 Pro is the world's most advanced multi-purpose, wireless controller. It features dual bumpers/triggers, haptic vibration feedback, dedicated home and screenshot buttons, motion detection, clickable joysticks, as well as a standard control set.
It connects to your devices using Bluetooth 4.0 or the included USB C cable, and it supports the largest collection of devices to date. It can also be upgraded via firmware releases to keep up to date with new tech, so it's always ahead of the curve.
What's in the Box:
- SFC30 Pro GamePad
- USB C cable
- Getting started booklet
- 2x Analog joysticks
- ABXY buttons
- Start & Select buttons
- Home & Screen shot buttons
- R1/L1 bumpers & R2/L2 triggers
- Motion detection
- Haptic vibration feedback
- Support for Android, macOS, Windows, Nintendo Switch, Steam, and more
- 157mm x 98mm x 50mm
- Built-in rechargeable battery
- Approx 18hrs battery life
- Firmware updates via USB
- Authentic feel and control
- X-input, D-input, Mac mode, Nintendo Switch mode
For more info, check out the NES30 Pro product page at 8Bitdo.
**Note that this controller isn't an MFi certified controller so the Bluetooth mode is only supported in iCade for iOS**
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