MSI Force GC30 Wired/Wireless USB PC/PS3/Android Gaming Controller
MSI Force GC30 Gaming Controller, Wired/Wireless, USB, Magnetic D-Pad Covers, for PC/PS3/Android
With advanced analog sticks, the Force GC series controllers provide flawless smooth movement. This comes in handy for continuous manoeuvres in vehicles or tracking the enemy with your sights.
Control Is the Name Of The Game
Gamers can truly enjoy their racing games with the triggers in the Force GC series. Precision with up to 256-level accelerator simulation.
Durable and Longer Lifespan
Compared to conventional controllers, the Force GC series controllers use button switches with up to 2 million clicks to offer longer lifespan.
Replaceable D-Pad Cover
Included with the Force GC30/GC20 controllers are two D-pad covers with magnetic design, allowing you to switch for your preferred game type.
Dual Vibration Motors Inside
Equipped with dual vibration motors, the GC30/GC20 controllers are able to use haptic feedback to enhance the gaming experience and provide an additional dimension of sensory input.
Dual Modes to Connect Your Gaming World
The Force GC30 provides both wireless and wired functionality to connect with your devices.
You can switch seamlessly between wired and wireless usage so you can keep on gaming uninterrupted.
Fully Geared Up
In the retail box you can find all the accessories gamers need to fully customize their Force GC30.
It also includes a USB dongle, a 2m USB cable and a 30cm OTG cable for android. Features • Support for Wireless.
• Support PC, Android and Popular Consoles.
• Long-acting Lithium Battery lasting at least 8 Hours Gaming.
• Dual Vibration Motors Inside.
• Durable Switches with Excellent Feel.
• Additional D-Pad Cover.
• 2M Cable & 30 CM Cable for Android.
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