Jio game controller launched, priced at Rs 3,499, here’s everything one needs to know

Reliance Jio has become the latest entrant in ultra-competitive wireless game controllers in India with the launch of the Jio game controller. The device looks exactly like a regular controller that people get with game consoles. such as PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S. The controller is compatible with a wide range of devices and is powered by a rechargeable battery. It also consists of two vibration motors and two pressure point triggers.

The device promises to offer an immersive gaming experience on various platforms, although it is better designed for Android. We take a look at the price at which the Jio game controller will launch and some of its features that casual gamers will like. The price The Jio game controller is priced at Rs 3499 and comes in a single color, matte black. The company also offers an EMI option with the device, as it does with all of its devices. The Jio game controller can be purchased at an EMI starting at Rs 165 per month. People who are interested in the Jio game controller can purchase it from the Reliance Jio website. Some Features The Jio game controller is compatible with Android tablets and Android TVs, as well as Android smartphones, as long as you get a mobile stand or mount that you’re comfortable using. The company claims that it works best with the Jio set-top box. The wireless game console has a sleek design with intuitive buttons and triggers. The Jio game controller comes with Bluetooth connectivity and offers a Bluetooth range of up to 10 meters, which for casual games is more than enough. It will be interesting to see how the driver performs in terms of latency. For an even more impressive gaming experience, the device comes with two vibration motors and two pressure point triggers and an 8-way D-pad. Reliance Jio claims that a 20-button full control layout of the Jio game controller allows gamers to easily navigate and complete their game smoothly. What remains to be seen is the quality of the buttons and how well they actually work, because many third-party controllers, especially those made in China, wear out very quickly, barely lasting a year of regular use. The Jio game controller also offers 8 hours of battery backup and comes with a micro USB port for charging. Via: FirstPost

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