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In market for this, seems $40 on amazon, enjoy.

They have 8Bitdo Pro2 Gamepad for Nintendo Switch for $25.49

It appears to ship from the UK, i do need to pay tax in NJ, maybe they actually have a warehouse in NJ, not sure about that.

https://www.shop4megastore.com/ni...30-gamepad
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Anyone use this site before? Is it legit?
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Anyone use this site before? Is it legit?
Solid reviews on Google:
https://www.google.com/shopping/r...&v=9&hl=en

I'm probably just gonna grab a SN30 Pro+ though.
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Solid reviews on Google:
https://www.google.com/shopping/r...&v=9&hl=en

I'm probably just gonna grab a SN30 Pro+ though.
The pro plus is my favorite controller right now. It's easy to use with switch and PC.. haven't tried with PS4 or retropie but I'm sure it can connect to at least retropie
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The pro plus is my favorite controller right now. It's easy to use with switch and PC.. haven't tried with PS4 or retropie but I'm sure it can connect to at least retropie
Yea, my only hesitation is that I am an Xbox controller guy, and I'm not sure if I'll like the swapped analog placement. Realistically I'll be able to use either one given enough time though hah it also doesn't hurt that the Sn30 Pro+ is cheaper than the Nintendo Pro!

Have you tried out these smaller SN30 at all?
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Big fan of my sn30 pro. No interest in this small one. 8bitdo makes good products though
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Yea, my only hesitation is that I am an Xbox controller guy, and I'm not sure if I'll like the swapped analog placement. Realistically I'll be able to use either one given enough time though hah it also doesn't hurt that the Sn30 Pro+ is cheaper than the Nintendo Pro!

Have you tried out these smaller SN30 at all?
I have an SNES style 8bitdo without analog and it's awesome for the SNES mini
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I would spend $5 more on the SN30 Pro which is a bit larger and more comfortable in the hands. The analog sticks are noticeable smaller and also the L2 and R2 triggers are located on the inner part of the controller which is difficult to use. This controller might be good if you are looking for a smaller portable controller, keep in mind it is smaller than a standard SNES controller.

edit: my "$5 more" comment is based on the SN30 Pro price when it goes on sale, but I guess if you need a controller now this isn't terribly bad. I have both controllers and prefer the SN30 Pro. sorry my original post said SN30 Pro+ when I meant SN30 Pro.
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Great remote. Site Idk. If it was a different site I would definitely pull the trigger. My fav switch remote
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I would spend $5 more on the SN30 Pro+ which is a bit larger and more comfortable in the hands. The analog sticks are noticeable smaller and also the L2 and R2 triggers are located on the inner part of the controller which is difficult to use. This controller might be good if you are looking for a smaller portable controller, keep in mind it is smaller than a standard SNES controller.
Do you have a link for that?
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it would be nice to get amazon to match.
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it would be nice to get amazon to match.
Very much I agree. Will they?
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Do you have a link for that?
Not right now, but they do go on sale frequently.
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The pro plus is my favorite controller right now. It's easy to use with switch and PC.. haven't tried with PS4 or retropie but I'm sure it can connect to at least retropie
Bought a 4GB Pi4 and Pro+ back in mid March. The controller works with retropi fantastically!
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I would spend $5 more on the SN30 Pro+ which is a bit larger and more comfortable in the hands. The analog sticks are noticeable smaller and also the L2 and R2 triggers are located on the inner part of the controller which is difficult to use. This controller might be good if you are looking for a smaller portable controller, keep in mind it is smaller than a standard SNES controller.
$5 difference? I see a $22 price differential between the controllers.
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