ALL Controller: Universal Video Game Controller

Gamers have a lot of choices between consoles and platforms, but when you start adding second controllers for multiplayer games, things will add up quickly, and it becomes a mess. A group of techies has designed a world’s first comprehensive and fully customizable game controller that can superficially be paired up with almost every platform possible.

This gamepad is compatible with PC, Mac, Linux, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, iOS, and Android. Also, this digital depth wants to add support for Wii, Wii U, and Switch. The controller is fully customizable, letting users configure and save up to 16 different profiles in the device. It also includes a driver that allows you to have a keyboard and mouse mode to use with games.

The essential part of the All Controller is something that you won’t see on another gamepad: a tiny LCD screen. It’s here where the control of the device comes out. For beginners, it’s how you connect the controller to the various devices around your home. The All Controller includes some preinstalled drivers for all of the platforms it supports. The actual syncing rule varies between platforms. The screen also lets you alter some aspects of the controller as well. For example, on a platform like PC, which helps both keyboard and controller, you can pick which one you require your controller to emulate.

The Kickstarter campaign has just begun and has already surpassed the target of 75,000 Canadian dollars, and they have a goal of launching in next May. ALL Controller may cost you 87 USD.

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