The Best Bluetooth Controllers for Mobile, PC and Consoles

The Best Bluetooth Controllers for Mobile, PC and Consoles
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Here are some of the top-rated controllers for mobile phones and tablets. These controllers work with various devices such as consoles, mobile, and PC games.

The Logitech PowerShell Controller is one of the most popular wireless gaming controllers available today. The rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 16 hours of continuous playtime when fully charged (via USB). It features dual analog sticks that provide precise control over your character’s movements and four programmable buttons that can be configured to perform any action you want. The PowerShell comes in black or white colors. You can purchase it on Amazon for $39 here.

The 8bitdo Zero Wireless Bluetooth Controller is lightweight at only 15 grams yet feels sturdy in your hands’ thanks to its ergonomic design, allowing comfort even after long gaming sessions! This controller features excellent build quality with an aluminum shell casing, making it feel premium compared to other similar products available today, such as Anker’s PowerCore 20000 Ultra Slim Extended Battery Pack (which retails for about $50). It also has excellent compatibility since it works flawlessly across all major platforms, including Android TV boxes like Nvidia Shield TV Pro 500GB Streaming Media Player (which retails for about $200), Apple iOS devices like iPhone X – 64 GB Space Gray Unlocked GSM Smartphone – International Version (which retails for about $750), etc.;

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con

These are the controllers you want to use if you’re playing Super Smash Bros Ultimate or any other fighting game where you can get up close and personal with your opponent. Each controller is a tiny little thing, so they’ll fit perfectly in them if you have small hands. The buttons are easy to press, and the sticks have a satisfying click when moved—you can feel that you’ve done something when your finger pushes down on one of them. The only downside is that there’s no analog stick on this controller; instead, there’s a directional pad which takes some getting used to. If you’re playing a game like Mario Party that requires movement rather than character control (like fireballs), then this controller will do just fine as far as the move goes.

Sony DualShock 4

The Sony DualShock 4 is a gamepad with many features you’d expect from a console controller, including dual analog sticks and triggers. It also has Bluetooth, making it easy to connect to your phone or tablet and even PC or Mac. Since it’s also compatible with PlayStation 4 (and PC), you can play hundreds of games on your device while getting the feel of an actual Sony controller.

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The biggest drawback is that this controller will set you back $60—that’s more than twice the cost of most controllers on this list! If money isn’t an issue, however, this is worth checking out if you want something more like what’s used in arcades and professionally-level gaming tournaments everywhere else in the world except North America (the Xbox One S comes close but doesn’t match up).

The Sony DualShock 4 comes in four colors: black/red/blue; gray/blue/silver; blue/silver; red/gray

Microsoft Xbox One controller

If you’re an Xbox fan and want to play console-style games on your PC, this is your controller. It’s wireless, rechargeable, and connects to your PC via Bluetooth—and if that sounds familiar, it’s because it’s a clone of Sony’s DualShock 4.

The Microsoft Xbox One controller has excellent build quality, a great button layout, and feels comfortable in your hands. If you’re used to playing third-person action or racing games with a controller on consoles like PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, this will also feel familiar. The only downside is that it requires an external dongle for Windows 10 PCs (which comes included).

However, one area where it falls short compared to its rivals is that there isn’t any built-in headphone jack—so if you don’t have headphones already plugged into your computer, then things can get messy quickly!

Steam Controller

If you’re looking for a controller that allows you to play your PC games on your TV, look no further than the Steam Controller. The Steam Controller is designed to work with Valve’s hardware, including the Steam Link and Steam Machines, but can be used with any wired USB gamepad. It features an analog stick and buttons on the left side of the controller, two more analog sticks and shoulder buttons on top of each other, and four face buttons (A/B/X/Y) at the bottom of each half-controller (which are just two button switches), plus start/select buttons and triggers which are spread out across all four appendages.

SteelSeries Stratus Duo

The SteelSeries Stratus Duo is a controller for mobile devices that syncs to your PC or console. The controller works wirelessly, so there’s no need for a wired connection or Bluetooth pairing. You can use the Stratus Duo with any game on Android, Mac, Windows, and Linux.

What’s unique about it?

The design makes it easy to hold and use on the go. It has two analog sticks and clickable joysticks that work together for greater precision in your games. There are also four triggers (two inner triggers and two external triggers) and four shoulder buttons: X1/Y1/X2/Y2. The controller has an integrated vibration motor, so you can feel impacts while playing games with force feedback technology like VR titles such as Arizona Sunshine or Beat Saber!

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What’s the price?

$129

Razer Raiju Ultimate

With the Razer Raiju Ultimate, you get two extra buttons and a control panel that displays battery life. It also has built-in Bluetooth 4.0 support and can be connected via a wired connection.

Battery life is approximated at 30 hours, which is more than enough to last the duration of most games or Netflix marathons. It features two custom profiles you can instantly switch between and four extra buttons on either side of your controller for total customization.

8Bitdo SF30 Pro controller

The 8Bitdo SF30 Pro controller is an excellent Bluetooth gamepad. It’s well-built, feels great in your hands, and offers superb feedback. The controller is compatible with a wide range of devices (including PC, macOS, and Android), which means it can be used to play an almost endless number of games and the ones listed below.

This controller is great for playing games on mobile phones and tablets—but it’s also an excellent choice for Nintendo Switch users who are looking for something that looks like an official Nintendo product but doesn’t have any of the limitations or shortcomings associated with official controllers.

SteelSeries Free Mobile Controller

If you plan on playing your favorite games on Android, iOS, Windows, and macOS devices, this controller is a solid choice. The SteelSeries Free Mobile Controller has comfortable analog sticks that are responsive enough for gaming. It also supports Samsung Gear VR and can be used as a wired or wireless controller—you can choose which one works best for your needs by connecting it via USB or Bluetooth.

The controller’s battery life is pretty decent for such an affordable device; it lasts up to 24 hours when playing wirelessly on a PC and 12 hours when using it with the Gear VR headset. If you need more charging time, plug in via a Micro-USB cable (included).

PowerA Moga XP5-X Plus controller

The Moga XP5-X Plus controller is an excellent option for gamers using their mobile device like a console. It’s one of the few controllers on the market with Bluetooth, making it compatible with Android, Windows, and Steam.

The controller also has 20 hours of battery life and comes with its 2.4GHZ dongle, so you don’t have to worry about connections or lag time. The USB-C charging port also lets you charge your mobile device simultaneously as your controller, making this an all-in-one solution that’s perfect for long gaming sessions when traveling or playing from home!

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