- Wireless Bluetooth, rumble vibration, motion controls, USB-C.
- The controller with the 8Bitdo smartphone clip, it is compatible.
- You can even use it as a wired USB controller with the included USB cable.
- Easily pair your controller as an X-input or D-input device via bluetooth.
- The controller boasts a full button set with clickable joysticks, rumble vibration.
8Bitdo Pro Controller Windows
The SN30 Pro is the worlds first, fully featured retro controller. It boasts a full button set with clickable joysticks, rumble vibration², motion controls, wireless bluetooth, rechargeable battery, home and screen shot buttons, and a USB-C connector. Not to mention a proper d-pad. 8Bitdo controllers are designed to be as versatile as possible with each of your modern devices.
Easily pair your controller as an X-input or D-input device via bluetooth. You can even use it as a wired USB controller with the included USB cable. We're regularly updating the firmware with new system compatibility like the Nintendo Switch, Raspberry Pi, Retron5 and more. It doesn't have any fancy gaming extras like programmable rear-facing buttons, and it's smaller than the Xbox One controller, the Switch Pro controller, and even the DualShock 4.
Classic SNES With a Twist
The SN30 Pro looks like a Super Nintendo controller that grew analog sticks. Its dog bone shape is easily recognizable regardless of its color scheme (light gray with lavender buttons for the SN30 Pro, light gray with magenta buttons for the SN30 Pro G Edition, and light gray with dark gray highlights and four-color buttons for the Super Famicom-inspired SF30 Pro). Because it's modeled after the SNES gamepad, it's smaller and much lighter than more modern controllers like the Xbox One wireless gamepad and Switch Pro Controller.
The SN30 Pro can work in four different ways, depending on the device to which you connect it. It can function as a DirectInput gamepad for Android gadgets, an XInput gamepad for PCs, a Mac-compatible gamepad, or a Nintendo Switch-compatible gamepad.
Played The Disney Afternoon Collection on a PC, through Steam. In XInput mode, the SN30 acted just like an Xbox One or Xbox 360 controller. The direction pad and face buttons felt responsive, letting me perform precise jumps in Darkwing Duck. Super Mario Odyssey felt natural and responsive on the SN30 Pro, and both vibration and motion sensing worked perfectly in the game.
The controller rumbled whenever stomped, and could perform a spinning throw by flicking the gamepad sideways while pressing the Y button. 8Bitdo's SN30 is functional, responsive, and works flawlessly with the Nintendo Switch. It also tickles my nostalgia itch in just the right place with its design, while adding the dual analog sticks and four shoulder buttons needed to play games made for modern systems.