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The Nintendo Switch's Pro controller is far superior to the company's smaller Joy-Con controllers for more demanding games. (Drift issues aside, the Joy-Cons are good for simple multiplayer games.) The Switch Pro controller has actual grips and is more comfortable. When you're in the heat of the moment, the full D-pad and larger buttons help you find the right controls. All of Nintendo's controller features like HD Rumble, NFC for Amiibo scanning and motion controls are supported, and it works with or without wires. It's great, but it's also regularly priced between $60 and $70. 

A number of cheaper third-party Switch Pro-like controllers are available for a lesser price. That's why we tested out several options to find the best Switch controller you can buy right now. Nintendo's official game controller still leads the way in button feel and comfort, but some of these alternatives do come close.

Aside from lower prices, going with a third-party Switch Pro controller has some advantages. For example, some have a Turbo button for faster firing rates or mappable buttons to make certain commands easier to trigger. Plus, a few of the ones we chose can be used with MacOS, Windows and Android, too. We'll update this list periodically as we try new products. For even more options, check out GameSpot's recommendations. 

Nintendo Switch Pro Controller

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As I said above, if you can afford to get the official Switch Pro Controller, do it. It's the best you can get at the moment in terms of comfort, performance and features. And if you need to buy more than one controller, maybe get this one for yourself and one of the less expensive options below for visiting friends and family.

PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller

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The PowerA wireless controller comes closest to the feel and design of Nintendo's Pro controller, and you can normally get it for $40 to $50, depending on the design, from Amazon, Best Buy and other sources. The PowerA wireless controller doesn't have HD Rumble, IR or Amiibo NFC support like the Switch Pro controller does, but it does have motion controls. It's also available in game-themed versions including new ones with Grookey, Sobble and Scorbunny (pictured) from Pokemon Sword and Shield.

Its one added feature is two extra buttons on the bottom of the controller that can be mapped on the fly. It runs on AA-size batteries, which some people don't like. I get that, but I like not worrying about running out of power while playing and I use rechargeable AAs so I don't burn through disposables. Also, since the battery isn't built in, you don't have to trash the controller once the battery stops holding a charge.

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/tech/computing/best-nintendo-switch-controller/

PowerA FUSION Pro Wired Controller for Xbox One - Black, Gamepad, Wired Video Game Controller, Gaming Controller, Xbox One, Works with Xbox Series X|S

Immersive Gaming

Haptic feedback from magnetic impulse triggers will enhance the realism of the trigger feel in shooters and racing games. Dual rumble motors make Actiodventure and Sports games much more exciting, and keep you immersed in the world you are exploring. Feel the game!

Quality and Performance

We’ve sourced premium components to create a pro controller that will meet the performance needs of today’s gaming enthusiast. From metallic accents and rubberized grips to ALPS thumbsticks, anti-friction rings, and metallic Pro Pack paddles – the quality comes thru.

Swappable parts

Create your ideal controller setup by swapping out analog sticks and anti-friction rings. Removable magnetic faceplates provide quick and easy access to the sticks and rings underneath, letting you play exactly how you want. The FUSION Pro comes with two additional ALPS compatible analog sticks and an extra set of anti-friction rings. Store it all in a premium case.

Sours: https://www.amazon.com/PowerA-Fusion-Pro-Wired-Controller-Xbox/dp/B07XQXQMR9
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PowerA’s $99.99 Fusion Pro for the Nintendo Switch is made for gamers who want a more customizable controller. It’s more similar to Microsoft’s Xbox Elite than Nintendo’s Switch Pro gamepad, with a handful of components you can physically swap out to better fit your preferences. For instance, if you don’t like the way that the Fusion Pro’s analog sticks feel out of the box, you’re welcome to swap them. There are two extra sticks in the zip-up case that it ships in. In addition to the two standard sticks, there’s a much taller concave stick, as well as a tall smooth convex stick that feels more like something you might find on an arcade stick.

The customization doesn’t stop there. The Fusion Pro supports swappable face plates, too. The default white plate is matte textured and feels similar to many other controllers, but the black plate has a grippier texture that blends in more seamlessly with the Fusion Pro’s rubber-coated grips. The Fusion Pro is a little bigger than the Nintendo Switch Pro, but it doesn’t stray too far in ergonomics and layout. It connects wirelessly and is just as reliable as the Nintendo-made controller when it comes to long battery life, like PowerA’s smaller Nano Enhanced controller that I reviewed last year. PowerA claims up to 20 hours per charge, and it has no trouble meeting that metric. This controller includes a 9.8-foot USB-A to USB-C cable to recharge or to play in wired USB mode (a switch on the back of the Fusion Pro toggles between wireless and wired modes).

The real highlight of the Fusion Pro is on its back, where up to four mappable paddles can be installed onto a removable module called the “Pro Pack” that snaps on. You can map up to four controller functions (aside from analog movement) to the paddles, making the Fusion Pro more customizable — and accessible — than other controllers made for the Switch. The module is optional, though. If you don’t want it on the controller, it pops off easily.

The Fusion Pro’s rear paddles came in handy in games that have complicated control schemes like Monster Hunter: Rise. Even in games with simpler schemes, it can sometimes just be nice to not have to reach for a button or two, and instead rely on the paddles. I enjoyed drifting around corners in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe with a paddle instead of reaching up for a shoulder button.

Assigning functions to the paddles is simple. There’s a button on the controller’s rear that’s dedicated to programming each paddle, and the process involves holding it for three seconds until an LED lights up on the controller’s front side. Then you tap the button you’d like to have remapped, then press the paddle to which you’d like it to be assigned. In addition to being great for simplifying a controller layout, the paddles could be a boon to some people from an accessibility standpoint.

You can gain a lot of utility by using the Fusion Pro, but it doesn’t come particularly cheap. At $100, it’s $30 more than Nintendo’s own Switch Pro controller. It’ll be worth purchasing for people who really want a few extra levels of customization, especially since it’s not a huge price boost over Nintendo’s Switch Pro controller. But it’s missing some crucial features that some people may not be ready to cut out — and ones that Nintendo’s Pro controller has up on it.

The Fusion Pro lacks vibration, and it doesn’t feature an NFC chip to read Amiibo cards and figures in games that support that functionality. Those omissions are common among third-party controllers, but it’d all be nice to have in a controller at this price. I initially was excited to discover that the Fusion Pro has a 3.5mm audio jack, but that faded once I realized that it can only be used when it’s wired to the Switch dock with its included cable. It would have also been nice if the directional pad could be swapped out for a different one, which is something that Microsoft’s Xbox Elite controller allows.

The Fusion Pro isn’t a perfect all-in-one replacement for the Switch Pro controller, and I wouldn’t suggest that most people purchase it if their needs are already met. Though, despite its flaws, the deep level of customization that it offers makes it compelling enough if you want or need custom controls on the Switch.

Photography by Cameron Faulkner / The Verge

Sours: https://www.theverge.com/22608203/powera-fusion-pro-customizable-analog-sticks-paddles-nintendo-switch-controller-review

POWERA NSW ENHANCED WIRELESS CONTROLLER - PRINCESS ZELDA

Play your favourite Nintendo Switch games* like a pro with this officially licensed PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller featuring a white Princess Zelda design.

Key features: 
•    Bluetooth wireless freedom 
•    Features motion controls and Advanced Gaming Buttons
•    Ergonomic design with standard button layout
•    White Princess Zelda design with blue metallic D-pad
•    LEDs for player number, button mapping, and low battery warning
•    Includes two AA batteries for up to 30 hours of gameplay
•    Official licensed product with 2-year limited warranty – Register at PowerA.com

Play your favourite Nintendo Switch games* like a pro with this officially licensed PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller. Designed for comfort during extended gaming sessions, this Bluetooth wireless controller features a white Princess Zelda design, motion controls, standard layout and a metallic D-pad. Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries (other variables affect playing time). 

Wireless freedom
PowerA wireless controllers free you from being tethered to the console and provide a tangle-free gaming experience. Our design is built for comfort during extended gaming sessions using high-quality materials. Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries (other variables affect playing time).

Advanced Gaming Buttons
Gain a competitive advantage in your favourite game by mapping additional actions to 2 buttons on the back of the controller. No app or dashboard interaction required. Simply hold the program button for 2 seconds (1) followed by the button you wish to map (2), then select either AGR or AGL (3) to complete the process for quick on-the-fly button mapping.

PowerA Quality Promise
At PowerA, our controllers are designed by passionate gamers. Our team has over two decades of experience in the gaming industry designing across all platforms. For the price, you’ll be amazed at the features and quality built into this controller. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

Official Licensed Product 
This PowerA Controller is officially licensed for Nintendo Switch. Always look for this seal when buying video game accessories as assurance that the product has gone through Nintendo’s rigorous testing and evaluation process. Products that do not carry this seal may not work at all with your Nintendo system or may have compatibility issues with certain games.

Gaming is better together
Nintendo Switch allows up to 8 controller connections in docked mode, or you can link up to 8 systems together to play in tabletop mode. Compared to Joy-Con controllers, Enhanced Wireless Controllers offer improved accuracy and comfort plus larger buttons. Now that you have a more affordable wireless option available in a variety of colours and designs, pick up one or more, gather your friends and share the fun.

* Can be used when Nintendo Switch is docked or undocked. Does not support HD rumble, IR or Amiibo NFC 

Play your favourite Nintendo Switch games* like a pro with this officially licensed PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller featuring a white Princess Zelda design.

Key features: 
•    Bluetooth wireless freedom 
•    Features motion controls and Advanced Gaming Buttons
•    Ergonomic design with standard button layout
•    White Princess Zelda design with blue metallic D-pad
•    LEDs for player number, button mapping, and low battery warning
•    Includes two AA batteries for up to 30 hours of gameplay
•    Official licensed product with 2-year limited warranty – Register at PowerA.com

Play your favourite Nintendo Switch games* like a pro with this officially licensed PowerA Enhanced Wireless Controller. Designed for comfort during extended gaming sessions, this Bluetooth wireless controller features a white Princess Zelda design, motion controls, standard layout and a metallic D-pad. Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries (other variables affect playing time). 

Wireless freedom
PowerA wireless controllers free you from being tethered to the console and provide a tangle-free gaming experience. Our design is built for comfort during extended gaming sessions using high-quality materials. Enjoy up to 30 hours of gameplay with new alkaline batteries (other variables affect playing time).

Advanced Gaming Buttons
Gain a competitive advantage in your favourite game by mapping additional actions to 2 buttons on the back of the controller. No app or dashboard interaction required. Simply hold the program button for 2 seconds (1) followed by the button you wish to map (2), then select either AGR or AGL (3) to complete the process for quick on-the-fly button mapping.

PowerA Quality Promise
At PowerA, our controllers are designed by passionate gamers. Our team has over two decades of experience in the gaming industry designing across all platforms. For the price, you’ll be amazed at the features and quality built into this controller. Backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

Official Licensed Product 
This PowerA Controller is officially licensed for Nintendo Switch. Always look for this seal when buying video game accessories as assurance that the product has gone through Nintendo’s rigorous testing and evaluation process. Products that do not carry this seal may not work at all with your Nintendo system or may have compatibility issues with certain games.

Gaming is better together
Nintendo Switch allows up to 8 controller connections in docked mode, or you can link up to 8 systems together to play in tabletop mode. Compared to Joy-Con controllers, Enhanced Wireless Controllers offer improved accuracy and comfort plus larger buttons. Now that you have a more affordable wireless option available in a variety of colours and designs, pick up one or more, gather your friends and share the fun.

* Can be used when Nintendo Switch is docked or undocked. Does not support HD rumble, IR or Amiibo NFC 

Sours: https://www.nordicgamesupply.com/accessories/powera-nsw-enhanced-wireless-controller-princess-zelda

A power pro controller

PowerA’s flagship Fusion Pro wireless Switch controller nears low at $85 shipped (Reg. $100)

Amazon is now offering PowerA Fusion Pro Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch for $84.99 shipped. Down from the $100 list price, today’s rare deal drops the price to just $5 away from the all-time low. If you want to bring your Switch gaming to the next level, PowerA’s flagship Fusion Pro controller is a great bet. Featuring mappable gamepads which you can program on-the-fly, wireless motion control, and some super comfy rubberized handles, this controller brings a more classic feel and arguably better handling than the traditional Joycon. You can get a closer look with our hands-on review of the Xbox version right here, then head below for more options.

Don’t quite the need the latest and greatest? Then PowerA’s enhanced controller might be a more budget-friendly fit for only $32. This one arrives with two mappable buttons, 30-hour rechargeable battery life, and a spritely Animal Crossing-inspired design. So while it might not pack on-the-fly controls or some of the other more premium features, it’s still a great way to bring this controller set-up to your Switch for less than half of what our lead deal would run you.

Interested in streaming? Razer’s Serien Emote USB microphone is currently down to an all-time low of $100. It sports a programmable 8-bit display which you can trigger with emotes to spice up your streams, or let your audience engage with it through the chat function. You’ll find even more deals like these in our dedicated gaming guide, so pop on over if you’re looking to make the most of your screen time.

PowerA Fusion Pro Controller features:

The awesome PowerA FUSION Pro Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch puts premium materials and professional-level gaming features at your fingertips. This high-quality Bluetooth-enabled gamepad includes swappable black and white faceplates with embedded anti-friction rings, a mappable Pro Pack with customizable paddles, swappable sticks, and a premium protective case for the controller and all components.

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