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GameSir X2 Bluetooth Mobile Gaming Controller Review

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When I reviewed the Razer Kishi controller, I loved how it morphed my phone into a Nintendo Switch-like gaming console. However, there were some aspects of it that I wasn’t quite thrilled with.

One such issue was that it could drain my phone’s battery. Furthermore, it only worked on phones because it relies on a USB-C connection. And it was extremely pricey for a controller that only worked with one device.

Fortunately, there is a similarly designed controller using a wireless connection named the GameSir X2 Bluetooth Mobile Gaming Controller. Thanks to the wireless connection and lower price, this GameSir controller solves these issues I had with the Razer Kishi, and they were nice enough to send one out for review.

Key Features

  • Compatible with Android and iOS
  • Bluetooth connection
  • Supports phones up to 6.8-inches in length
  • Works with cloud gaming services

Design

The GameSir X2 Bluetooth Controller uses a familiar design modeled after the Nintendo Switch. The button layout is nearly identical and I really enjoyed the red and blue accented analog sticks that act as call back to the console’s Joycons.

The buttons are all very clicky, but there’s not much travel, unlike the Razer Kishi which has triggers that allow you to squeeze down on them similar to console controllers.

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