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GameSir Launches T4 Kaleid Transparent Wired Gaming Controller

GameSir has launched their new T4 Kaleid Transparent wired RGB gaming controller with hall effect sensing sticks and kaleidoscopic light.

GameSir T4 Kaleid

The new T4 Kaleid from GameSir boasts durability with Hall-Effect magnetic sensing joysticks which provide anti-drift technology to ensure the controller is durable and retains its precision over heavy use. The buttons are tactile and crisp to ensure fast and comfortable button presses and feature micro-switches ensuring a short travel distance of only 0.6mm and also feature intuitive analogue triggers to make racing games more fun.

Design and Features

The GameSir T4 Kaleid is designed with a transparent body that allows for the kaleidoscopic lights to truly shine and stand out. Using the GameSir T4k app, users can customise the LED lights as well as fine-tune the controller to their liking including the triggers and ABXY layouts.

The in-built 6-axis gyro allows for gamers to combine more motion inputs in Nintendo Switch games such as tilt and rotation, enabling a much more active and immersive gaming experience. With the special motion aim/steer tech games are taken to the next level, especially for FPS and racing games which are also enhanced by the rumble motors.

Specifications

  • Working Platform: Windows 10/11, Switch and Android 8.0 or above devices
  • Connection: Wired, 2m detachable USB-C cable
  • 3.5mm Audio Jack: Yes
  • 6-axis Gyro: Yes
  • Capture Button: Yes
  • Microswitch Buttons: Yes, ABXY, 5 million-click lifespan
  • Analog Triggers: Yes, Hall Effect Magnetic Sensors
  • Hall Effect Sticks: Yes
  • Rumble Motors: Yes, 2 in total, in 2 grips
  • Back Buttons: Yes, 2 Back Buttons
  • Customization Software: Yes, “GameSir T4k App”
  • Battery: No

Where Can I Learn More

The GameSir T4 Kaleid is compatible with Windows 10/11, Nintendo Switch as well as Android 8 and above devices. The controller is available now from the GameSir website as well as Amazon from the end of April from £41.99.

Jakob Aylesbury

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