GameSir G4s Bluetooth Wireless Gaming Controller Review
Hey whats up guys and this is my review of the GameSir G4s Bluetooth Wireless Gaming Controller for Android/Windows/VR.
The very first thing i love about this controller is its look and feel. The combination of that sleek black color with a silver metal accent did a perfect justice to the gamepad giving it a high-end look with a parent quality to match. The more the Rhine face buttons and home buttons all light up which makes it look fantastic particularly in dim lighting. Overall it fits perfectly into a typical gamer aesthetic. The controller has a solid comfortable feel with an ergonomic design that somewhat resembles an xbox controller. However, unlike the xbox controller both palms of your hands meet the rubber grip that prevents your hand from slipping giving it a soft and cozy feel.
You also have the four face buttons that uses the xbox XABY layout, dual analog sticks to navigate the subject while gaming and the four shoulder buttons with the start and select completes the overall button layout of a gaming controller. The buttons are satisfying tactile and the d-pad fields accurate. None of the controls feel mushy like they tend to do on cheap controllers and even the triggers have comfortable resistance to them and are genuinely analog too.
Adding more to the overall design is the integrated smartphone holder. The center of the controller lifts up and can hold a phone up to 3.5 inches to 6 inches. One of the problems I see with the gamesir is that it cannot hold the tablet but normally when you’re gaming on a tablet you won’t be needing a controller. When you lift the holder you can also see the two extra buttons turbo and clear. The turbo button can also be used to set the vibration on the controller so you can adjust it to your liking. You can also change the lighting of your buttons to save a little battery or if it’s simply distracts you. Press the L 2 r2 and r3 simultaneously and then press the directional pad up and down to move through your preference. You can switch from full brightness or have them completely turned off.
The Gamesir g4s is a wireless controller and hence battery life should be considered and I’m quite impressed by it. I was able to get around 15 hours of game time on a full charge and gamesir also boasts that they have a 12-month standby time. Charging the game sir is very easy you just need to plug your USB cable into a power source and it gets charged up in about two to two-and-a-half hours and the charging status is shown by four blue LEDs found in the left. The wireless range is no joke either the controller performs very well even when it is 20 feet away. Not only does this gamepad work with android and iOS it also works with Smart TVs and pc the g4s s kept a 2.4 gigahertz USB dongle hidden inside it so you can use it with your pc a very nifty addition there.
Overall the gaming experience with the gamersir g4s was awesome there was minimal input lag almost unnoticeable and unlike other controllers it is very easy to use with minimal configuration necessary. It has improved control over a wide range of games and platforms. It’s obvious that gamesir has put quite a bit of time into planning and development of the g4s as it seems to deliver on all fronts. So if you are looking for an awesome Bluetooth gaming controller the gamesir g4s is one to consider.