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GameSir G4s: The Must Have Android Game Controller in 2016!

Tuesday, July 05, 2016

The GameSir G4s Bluetooth game controller is definitely an advanced upgrade from the GameSir G3s!
L3 button (left joystick) & R3 button (right joy stick)

Hidden Bluetooth USB dongle

Turbo & Clear buttons
With the G4s gamepad you get an even more accurate and responsive zero delay game controller with a built-in 800 mAh polymer lithium battery that lasts 18 hours on a single charge thanks to power saving features like automatic sleep mode. Charging time takes only 2.5 hours.
Home button, X button, Y button, A button, B button
GameSir G4s upgraded version features changeable directional pad (D-Pad) so you can change the position of the D-Pad with the left joystick, as well as Autofire (Turbo button).
The AutoFire feature on the G4s is actually quite handy because you won't have to use AutoHotKey or AutoIt script software to setup a modifier key on the controller to turn on Autofire. To set AutoFire functionality, you simply press any buttons and then press the TURBO button to set Autofire function.
R1/R2 (right bumper/ right trigger) & L1/L2 (left bumper/left trigger)
Another cool G4s feature is Mouse Simulation, which allows you to use the G4s' joysticks and buttons as a mouse when using a TV box. To enter Mouse Simulation Mode, simply press “A and Home “ buttons to pair with the TV box, and then press “ SELECT and X” buttons to enter into simulated mouse mode.
built-in bracket with rubber support
Alcatel PopStar mounted on bracket
The GameSir G4s controller has nice bumpers and triggers, as well as a built-in mount bracket that can be adjusted at 110 degrees and 150 degrees. The mount can fit smart devices that are between 3.5 inches and 6 inches wide.
rubberized joysticks

The G4s Bluetooth controller has a nice solid feel to it when holding and gripping it with both hands. The main button layout has a good spacing and the buttons themselves have built-in LEDs that you can also turn off by pressing R1 and L1 at the same time for 5 seconds.
bracket folded down
rubberized grip
The directional pad (D-pad) is pressure sensitive; while the analog joysticks have no dead zone, which is great if you are looking for a Bluetooth game controller with super analog precision for first-person shooter or twin-stick shooter games.
micro USB port
The G4s gamepad can also be connected in 3 ways via 2.4 GHz wireless (for smart TVs, Bluetooth 4.0 and standard wired connection. You also get an LED battery power indicator on the pad itself to indicate the remaining battery life, as well as vibration feedback (to adjust the intensity of the vibration, simply press Clear and Up/Down on the directional pad).
power indicator (four LEDs)
The Happy Chick Emulator App has tons of games to choose from and the games work great on the G4s Bluetooth controller in Android. If using an Apple device, you need to download the Happy Chick Emulator by scanning the QR code that is found inside the instruction manual.
Warranty, micro USB cable, Instruction manual
GameSir G4s wireless controller is compatible with Android and Windows operating systems so you can use the G4s game controller with Android smartphones, Android TV boxes and personal computers.
G4s inside plastic casing


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