After using the NYXI Hyperion Meteor Joy-Pad for about a week, I have to say that it has outperformed the official Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons in every way. Even though the NYXI Hyperion Pad was already one of our top choices for Nintendo Switch Joy-Con alternatives (I'll fix that later), I'm even more convinced that this pad is a great solution for Joy-Con drift, especially when playing handheld.
The Hyperion Meteor delight cushion costs around $56.99/£44.95 making it a very reasonable option in contrast to purchasing an authority sets of Nintendo Euphoria Cons which can cost up to $79.99/£74.99 for the exemplary variety pairings. The NYXI Hyperion Meteor delight cushion can do all that a Delight Con can, working either as two separate regulators or joined into one involving the edge for an expert regulator experience.
The vital highlights of this satisfaction cushion incorporate an ergonomic plan that offers an agreeable grasp, breathable Drove lights in eight unique tones, and a 6-pivot gyro making it viable with most movement control games (like Switch Sports). Furthermore it likewise has a really extreme shock and thunder vibration, however you can change this.
It is important to note that NYXI has since updated this Joy-Pad with a new model, the NYXI Hyperion Pro Wireless Joy-Pad, which is almost identical to this controller in most ways, with the exception of having the most recent Hall Effect joysticks instead.
This basically implies that the simple sticks won't wear out as effectively, and won't ever foster stick float in that frame of mind, as the sticks have no actual contact between moving parts, contrasted with conventional joysticks that utilization electrical protection from recognize development. This is a unique advantage for handling stick float, and I'm eager to evaluate this Star cushion from NYXI while looking at how the two regulators perform.
On the off chance that you haven't encountered the feared Euphoria Con float on your Nintendo Switch console yet then count yourself fortunate, as this is a typical issue that Nintendo is extremely mindful of. If your Joy-Cons develop this issue, you can, of course, get them fixed for free by Nintendo; however, there is no guarantee that the drift will not return in the future—my Joy-Cons experienced this.
Therefore, if you're looking for a long-term fix for stick drift on your Nintendo Switch, continue reading to learn how this NYXI joypad performed when I put it through its paces—of course, by drifting through 200cc Mario Kart and catching wild Pokemon.