GameSir T4 Mini Controller review: Perfect compact accessory for Switch and mobile gaming – iMore

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There are plenty of options to choose from when looking for the best iPhone game controllers, computer controllers, and best Nintendo Switch controllers. But if you like to play games on all of these, and like to take games with you on the go with your iPhone or Switch, it’s a good idea to have a controller that’s just as easy to take on the go as your device is.

That’s where the GameSir T4 Mini comes in. This compact gamepad easily pairs with just about any gaming device including phones, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Its small size makes it easy to travel with and yet it still manages to offer great ergonomic grip and satisfying controls. It’s the perfect controller for the multiplatform gamer.

GameSir T4 Mini Gaming Controller

Bottom line: This controller is a great travel companion for any mobile, Nintendo Switch, or PC needs. If you don’t mind the smaller size, it can be the only controller you need to enjoy all of your games.

The Good

  • Compact size great for travel
  • Easy pairing
  • Comfortable grip
  • Cool lighting

The Bad

  • Might be too small for some
  • Short battery life

GameSir T4 Mini Gaming Controller: Price and availability

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The GameSir T4 Mini Gaming Controller sells for $36 and can be purchased on Amazon or GameSir’s website. It’s a compact controller that works with phones, Nintendo Switch, and PC. It’s very well-priced considering that it also has rumble and motion control capabilities for Nintendo Switch use.

GameSir T4 Mini Gaming Controller: What’s good

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This controller manages to come in a convenient, on-the-go size while still being a comfortable fit for adult hands. The grips aren’t as long as you’d find on a standard controller, but the buttons and joystick placement feel about the same. To test it, I used the T4 Mini on my Nintendo Switch, iPhone SE, and PC, and found that pairing was super simple in all instances. The buttons also press in nicely, though not as firmly as some other controllers out there. But all together, I was able to play compatible Apple Arcade games and my best Nintendo Switch games without any lag or other issues. You probably could also get it to work with Xbox and PlayStation consoles, but you’d need to purchase a dongle for that.

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