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 Unboxing EasySMX ESM-9101 | Wireless 2.4G Game Controller
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EasySMX Wireless 2.4G Game Controller with model number ESM-9101 is a low-cost solution that looks capable, on the one hand, to support a wide range of videogames with all essential features, and to bring out a good user experience, on the other. According to the official specifications, EasySMX ESM-9101 Game Controller works with Windows (XP, 7, 8.1, and 10) Operating Systems as well as with Sony PlayStation 3 console, smart TV, TV box, and with Android-based tablets and smartphones equipped with Android 5.0, or above, and OTG function. Furthermore, the EasySMX ESM-9101 Game Controller uses an asymmetric vibrating motor that brings player different levels of vibration, including headshots, explosion, and collision. This device includes a 600mAh embedded battery: one charge lasts up to 8 hours and the auto-off function help to save energy. To recharge the EasySMX ESM-9101 Game Controller, it needs connect its USB Type-C port to a power supply via USB cable.

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