Today we’re going to take a look at the Ipega 9139 Android/Nintendo Switch controller. After the unboxing we’ll check out the modular components of the controller and then give it a test in Gamepad Tester. After this I test the game out in Xinput mode (Sonic The Hedgehog) and then in Call of Duty Mobile (using Panda Gamepad Pro).
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I think this controller is decent for the price. OK it’s not as sturdy and well built as the Glap controller but that controller costs £80. You’ve also got the benefit of being able to customise your layout depending on who’s using it.
It’s a shame the d-pad connect seems to fall out during normal use. I think that it’s actually quite a nice addition. It’s quite rare to see modular controllers – especially for Android. I wish they’d put a bit more time and money into making the IPEGA 9139 the perfect modular gamepad. Microsoft have their Elite Controller which is stupidly priced…
I’d like to see a newer version of the 9139 get released. Perhaps a 9139s which has the d-pad issue fixed. Maybe even improve the A, B, X and Y buttons to feel less “spongy”. If they managed to pull this off, and keep it around the £30 price they’d have a real winner.
If you want to check out my previous unboxing of the IPEGA 9083s then click here.
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