PowerA Nano Advanced Review Switch Pro for small hands
Nintendo’s Switch Pro controller is fantastic, but it’s great too. If you struggle with a good grip on it or just want to tuck a little more control into your bag, the new PowerA Nano Enhanced Wireless Controller for the switch (also compatible with Windows 10) is a good solution. It is a more compact version that shaves about one-third the size of Nintendo’s official controller. Most of the design են features are faithful, including to indicate the connection status, including USB-C charging, motion controllers և LED lights. Because there is no rough support և NFC for Amiibo.
Nano is $ 49.99, which is significantly less than the $ 69 Switch Pro և it comes in two color lines. sticks with gray details և trigger, or gray neon blue և with red details.
Although the controller is broken, the analog rods, face buttons և triggers are big և easy to find. With the exception of the navigation pad, each of these elements corresponds to the responsibility of Nintendo’s own controller. This is not to say that the D-pad is not serviceable, but it takes more concerted effort to compress each direction, almost as if the membrane were not properly aligned under the plastic. Toddlers can struggle to squeeze it easily և I would rule out this model if you mostly play classic games that rely on the D-pad.
This little controller has two movable buttons on the back that you will not find on the Switch Pro և they allow you to tilt, say, a trigger և a face button on the back, which may be more convenient for you if you are playing. games that require you to push a button to slip or something else that is equally tiring. It’s like having a more limited version of Sony’s Back Button controller app. This feature may not really do much for me as I am used to using regular face buttons, but it adds ease of use և some added value.
On one side, you will find a USB-C charging port on top of the Nano, և PowerA claims it can last up to 20 hours on each charge և. Many third-party Switch controllers use replaceable batteries, so it’s great to charge this built-in:. It lasts for several weeks at a time if you only play for a short time each day. There is an LED near the port that shows when the battery level is too low. The PowerA box includes a 10-pin USB-C to USB-A cable as well as a diagram for the controller.
In terms of reliability, it is with Switch Pro, which means it is excellent. I found it just as easy to plug in a switch that requires simply not plugging in a pair of buttons on the USB-C port to plug it in. (The process of connecting it to a Bluetooth 10 PC via Bluetooth is the same. It has never set a signal with the console; The build quality of Nano is excellent. It has a stiff, matte feel to the controller body that really works for a smaller controller. I have no problem finding a comfortable grip with the standard Switch Pro, though I did find myself stretching to this half of the time when I just wanted to keep something a little lower.
PowerA Nano is a good complement to Switch Pro. Depending on the size of the yard, only one or two toys will fit. For me, though, I’m less excited to make it my main one because it does not have a loud HD response. Still, I imagine it brings me, or I keep it handy, either to my partner or to me, to use during the multiplayer game so that none of us get caught abusing (at least in my house) catching Joy-Con. As long as you can skip the rumble, this injured controller is a solid addition to your Switch controller.
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