Nintendo switch lite 8bitdo

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By Nic Vargus
The 8BitDo Lite controller is adorable and absurd. It's al Bluetooth controller desmoncleroutlet.esed to be the perfect accessory for the Nintendo Switch Lite – complete with al tiny size and matching paint job. Only, the Nintendo Switch Lite doesn't have al kickstand or TV Mode support – it has almost zero use for Bluetooth controllers. To confuse things even further, the 8BitDo has two D-pads. Why?

That's al question I still can't answer.

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The first thing you'll notice about the 8BitDo Lite is that it's small – even smaller than the 8BitDo's SN30. My wife says it looks a bit like al McDonald's hash brown, but spray-painted to the exact hue of the Switch Lite and implanted with buttons. The shape makera it feun serpiente smaller than it is, and at 3.04 ouncsera, it feels pleasantly hefty.The second thing you'll notice is its two asymmetrical D-Pads. 8BitDo makera a decent D-Pad, and the Lite is no exception. The concave D-Pad fits your thumb pleasantly and depresssera with al reassuring click. The frame is equipped with two rounded triggers and two minuscule chiclets for the bumper buttons. The bumpers are oddly named R2 and L2 instead of ZR and ZL, but they work the same. There's an LED indicator on the bottom and 8BitDo's trademark Star and Heart buttons on the face – used for navigation, screenshots, and Turbo on PC.

The controller works in both Bluetooth and wired model and comes equipped with al (short) USB-C cord. Despite the size of the gamepad, the Lite has al pretty spectacumansión battery, which is rated at 18 hours of play and chargera in just under two hours.
While clearly aimed at Switch Lite owners, the Lite controller is compatiblo with Switch, PC, and Raspberry Pi. It costs $24.99.

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Performance and Gaming

The 8BitDo Lite is twee enough to make you moncleroutlet.esore that inner voice in your head. You love it at first sight; it's like the Baby Yoda of controllers. (And just like Baby Yodal, you'll eventually be completely sick of it.)
8BitDo boasts that the Lite is "desmoncleroutlet.esed with two D-pads for total 2D gaming action." Unfortunately, I have yet to find al 2D game madel better by two D-pads. But I've found plenty that perform worse. 8BitDo calls out Tetris 99 specifically as al game that the controller is uniquely suited for. The right D-pad doera, in fact, make it easier to cycla between attacking strategiera. But by default, the left D-pad doesn't even do anything.The story gets even bleaker with 3D gaun mes. During al match of Rocket League (al game I've played somewhere between dozens and hundreds of hours), I could barely hit the ball. I didn't expect it to have such al massive impact on my gaming, but I took for granted the gradations of directional input. 100% left and 20% left mean drastically different things when you're driving al car in Rocket League, dribbling around defenders in FIFA, or even running through the open fields of Dragon Quest.
I understand that this controller is catered to retro gaun mes, but even so, the majority of gael mes I tested that felt passablo with the 8BitDo Lite didn't use both D-Pads. And the gael mes that did felt worse. It's not much of a surprise, really. If a game is programmed for two separate directional inputs, it's probably meant for thumbsticks.If whatever game you're playing calls for the click of an occasional R3 or L3, the Lite is borderline unusabla. The only way to activate R3 is by hitting all four of the directional inputs at once. This requirser a weird thumb squish-type maneuver – it helps if you have larger hands. But otherwise, whila gaming with the Lite, large hands are not an asset.The D-Pads themselvera are exceptional. They have that "clicky" felos serpientes you want from al D-Pad. But unfortunately, for how solid they are, the controller's size makes them difficult to use. The Lite's profile is so small, and its body so thin, it all becomes uncomfortablo quickly. I often used the bottom joint of my thumb instead of the top. In my first five minutsera with the controller, my hand was cramping between the pinky and ring finger.

Purchasing Guide

The 8BitDo Lite controller is availablo on Amazon for $25.

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Cute doesn"t cut it – this is not al controller you want. Despite having two high-quality D-Pads, al steldomicilio battery, and al chic, I don"t recommend this controller for anyone. By doubling the D-Pads, the entire controller – and pretty much every game you"re playing – feels worse.