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8BitDo Ultimate C 2.4G

8BitDo Ultimate C 2.4G

Regular price $29.99 USD
Regular price $29.99 USD Sale price $29.99 USD
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  • Simplified version of the Ultimate Controller, offering the same ultimate quality
  • Wireless 2.4G and USB connectivity - Compatible with Windows 10 and above, Android 9.0 and above, Raspberry Pi, and Steam Deck
  • Plug-and-play on PC
  • Fast and reliable with wireless 2.4G connection for low latency gameplay
  • With up to 25 hours of play time on a single charge
  • Analog triggers, rumble vibration, turbo function, and anti-slip texture
  • Includes 2.4G adapter, cable, rechargeable battery, and upgradeable firmware
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Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Robert Willis

Hasn't let me down yet. Registers as an Xbox controller when wireless so a lot of things are compatible with it

Ricardo Florido

8BitDo Ultimate C 2.4G

Fedor Ratkin BM-313198
Awesome budget controller

Really well-built controller, in my opinion equally as good as than the original Xbox ones. I only wish it was available in other colors, green and lilac just stand out too much. Plain black or some softer colors would be nice.

Alexander Smith
Wonderful controller!

For my use case, being a simple controller that does all the basics well, it’s perfect for that and at a wonderful price point. I like that it needs a receiver because it’s easier for me to just pick up and play, and for the steam deck (with a dock), it’s perfect. Thank you so much!

Isaac Thoman
Solid performance for a good price

The controllers (ultimate C 2.4G) are comfortable and very easy to set up and use compared to Bluetooth controllers (at least on a Windows HTPC). The latency is minimal and the range is good enough in a medium-large room. The controllers do randomly turn off every half hour or so, and will occasionally start rumbling and never stop until another rumble is commanded. This is far less of a pain than fighting with Bluetooth pairing in windows, however so I’d still recommend them over anything else I’ve tried up to this point. I’ve used Xbox One (USB-C) controllers as well as the Steam Controller. I slightly prefer the D-pad of the Xbox controller to the 8BitDo, but everything else feels pretty comparable.

:D - Isaac T