SteelSeries is a firm used to launching MFi products dedicated to entertainment, more specifically video games. This firm has developed products for Apple since years ago the compatibility of wireless controls arrived, that yes, quite a lot of competition was found when Apple decided to make the PS4 and Xbox controls compatible by default. Be that as it may, SteelSeries continues to work on MFi controllers to enhance our gaming experience with Apple products, and the Nimbus + is its latest addition. Let’s take a look at the company’s new controller and what is new in this recent release.

Honestly at the design level it is not that the guys from SteelSeries have broken their heads a lot with the renewal of the Nimbus, however, the maxim of: if something works, don’t change it. This model continues to bet on including two joysticks in parallel, such as the controls for PlayStation 4, Far from the option chosen by many other users who prefer a controller with more Xbox-style asymmetric joysticks. However, when we talk about size and design, this remote does look more like that of the North American brand owned by Microsoft. Now we talk about what’s new.

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The first is that this command has seen its autonomy increased to about 50 total hours of use, when this battery runs out we will be able to charge it through a Lightning port, that port owned by the Cupertino company. Obviously this remote being MFi is compatible with the iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac and Apple TV. Now the “Joysticks” have push buttons, as it happens with the game console controls, the triggers have been slightly modified to offer a better experience. Sundoubtedly the time has come to have a great time with CoD Mobile or Fortnite among other games.

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