Anybody use 8Bitdo or Mayflash Magic-NS Wireless Adapter on Switch? Thoughts?

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#1  Edited By liquiddragon

Hey, I was wondering if anybody had experience with these controller adapters.

I haven't bought a Switch "Pro" controller 'cause they are kinda expensive but I have a DS4 and DS3s so it'd be cool if I could just use those.

I know they introduce some input lag but is it a noticeable issue in your time with them? Are you someone that's sensitive to those types of things? How do you like the adapter(s) overall?

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I have the Mayflash one and used it for a while. I have no complaints. It works as advertised. I eventually got a Pro controller because I wanted one, not because I needed it. The DS4 is super nice and I liked using it on Switch.

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I use the 8bitdo one for my Wii U Pro Controller and I've liked it a lot. Don't know about its performance with Dualshocks, though.

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I've used the 8bitdo one with a Dualshock 4 and found it lags occasionally and frustratingly on the Switch, but never when I connect it to a PC.

Ended up buying an SN30 Pro+ (really don't like the official Pro controller) and it's been great so far. https://www.8bitdo.com/sn30-pro-plus/