Gamer-PRO

39,90 (excl. VAT)

Gamer-PRO: THE ADAPTER for many gamepads.

Have you ever bought an adapter with driver or USB ID issues? Do you have a bin full of awkward, unreliable products that just don’t quite get the job done? Do you want a seamless, authentic gaming experience that’s hassle free? If you answered yes to any of these questions, the Gamer-PRO may be right for you. Big Bonus: It’s compatible with MiSTer FPGA, Raspberry Pi and PC Emulators like RetroArch.

This is first adapter to support such a wide variety of controllers. The list of supported systems continues to grow! We hope to add more and more to our already impressive repertoire.

The greatest advantage in owning a Gamer-Pro is that you’ll never need to buy another retro controller USB adapter again. In addition to the controllers it already supports, the adapter allows for: Easy updates to support newly discovered controllers. Creation of new adapters cables should the need arise. A design based on the concepts of adaptability, authenticity, and value since the very beginning.

The Gamer-PRO doesn’t need drivers and the cables are easy to organize. This adapter is modular and supports the same features across multiple controllers. The 4-play shows up as four devices and handles all the communication to the controllers by itself, meaning you won’t have to struggle with re-configuring inputs every time you unplug it.

You can use a stand alone tool or the API to easily update your Gamer-PRO to the latest firmware. You can buy existing or newer cables with no extra configuration.

5 in stock

Description

Compatible with virtually every controller and peripheral in existence. (see tested Compatibility List). The Gamer-Pro uses low cost adapter cables which allow controllers to plug into its HDMI ports.

This gives you an unparalleled capacity to play with different types of controllers at once or to swap and configure controllers on the fly.

Features custom firmware so the Gamer-Pro can be switched into modes compatible with the Switch, PS3, Xbox and even regular USB devices like the Raspberry Pi, PC Emulators or MiSTer (using level-shifter).