March 14th 2013 8:30 pm

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Engadget Mar 14, 2013

It's basically a first-party Bluetooth controller with a full complement of face buttons, dual analog sticks, a D-pad and even shoulder buttons on the back. It's powered by dual AAA batteries and connects wirelessly.

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Ubergizmo Mar 15, 2013

The delay between inputs on the gamepad to the actions performed in the game were nonexistent as every input resulted in an immediate response, which is crucial in a game like Sonic where responsiveness is crucial.

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TechRadar Mar 14, 2013

Though the unit as a whole looks like a large, glossy meringue, the buttons and joystick alignment are suspiciously similar to Microsoft's Xbox 360 controller design, with the familiar rainbow-coloured A,X,Y and B buttons. It also seems to sport a custom-designed UI for games.

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TrustedReviews Jan 14, 2014

If you own a Samsung phone and want some physical controls, the GamePad is an option, but there’s cheaper options available that will do essentially the same job.

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