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About the product
- Officially Licensed by Apple
- Compatible with the full library of hundreds of MFi-compatible games
- Features dual analog control, four face buttons, four shoulder buttons, and D-pad
- Wireless Bluetooth technology and rechargeable battery
- Includes USB charging cable and device stand
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Officially Licensed by Apple. HORI's 30-year legacy of making controllers has been distilled into the HORIPAD Wireless for iOS devices. Compatible with the growing assortment of hundreds of MFi-compatible games, take control of iOS games with this classic gamepad-style controller. Featuring a rechargeable battery and Bluetooth connectivity, easily sync to your iOS device and start playing. Controller features an extremely versatile and accurate d-pad, two analog sticks for dual analog control, four face buttons, and four shoulder buttons. Also included is a convenient stand for holding your iOS device during gameplay and a USB charging cable. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch (requires iOS 7 or later).
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I didn't rate it a 5 because I'm not a fan of the finish (100% smooth plastic), which slips in my hands more than I'd like, and because the D-Pad and buttons (it doesn't have triggers) feel cheaply made, even though they work well and are accurate. It's also too expensive for what it is. An $80 controller it should feel awesome - it doesn't. It feels like a decent $40 controller, definitely a step below an X-Box One of PS4 controller.
Overall I like the controller. It's decent, and based on reviews one of the few currently available MFi controllers with a decent D-Pad, but I'm not happy with the price. I'm currently looking for a second controller. If it were $30-40 I wouldn't have thought twice about buying a second one, but instead I'll be trying others instead of purchasing a second one of these.
Testing with Garou: Mark of the Wolves (a classic 2D Dreamcast fighting game), the d pad required VERY deliberate presses to execute moves. This was not the case in the arcades, on the Dreamcast, or even on the Neo Geo Pocket Color handheld. It becomes tiring and frustrating to watch smooth swipes transfer to mis reads or slow movements.
The Mad Catz Micro actually fared better, but neither was good enough for even casual play, so both were returned.
Overall, it's still a solid controller, but the price and hype is not justified. Keep waiting for a true MFI controller, folks.
Side note of packing/shipping: the box for this was tossed into a shipping box that gave it about a 2" space around its perimeter. There was one air pack in the shipping box which left the device's box bouncing around inside it.
- Mushy rubber dome switches under the triggers and buttons
- Super smooth & shiny finish on the body (abs plastic?) is not to my liking, feeling greasy.
Most recent customer reviews
Does NOT work on my mac. It will connect via Bluetooth, but will not interact.Read more
3 stars because product works and is decent, is not designed for rugged use.Read more
Try to write down the Koreans. Once weight of the pad itself is reasonable. ...Read more