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New game controller registered by Nintendo Nintendo Connect

PC handset maker Joy-Con Drift believes the problem has been solved. Nintendo Connect

The Nintendo Switch OLED model delivers the latest version of Joy-Con by default, with all the upgrades designed to minimize the gliding problem as much as possible. Nintendo seems to have taken this issue to improve the user experience, while avoiding repairing many of the affected Joy-Con. If you send Joy-Con to Nintendo for repairs or buy current models (including the Nintendo Switch Lite or Pro controller), you will most likely have a controller with upgraded sticks.

The so-called Joy-Con Drift is still a problem for many Nintendo Switch owners, or many are expressing concerns about it, and it is hard to verify how much of a joy-Con Drift problem it is at the moment. When the problem occurs, the inputs containing the analog sticks will be incorrectly recognized. Nintendo has been accused of failing to address the issue, so the EU Commission is also investigating. Do you have a defective Joy-con or just play with the Pro controller?

Have you ever heard of “Aya Neo Pro”? It’s a portable PC like the Steam deck, which is just as confusing as the Nintendo Switch. The company behind it has found a solution for Nintendo Switch owners.

Aya Neo is one of the most exciting gaming handhelds currently available because the console combines the shape of the Nintendo Switch with the Radeon RX Vega 6 integrated with the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U. It also has a 47 Wh battery and a 7-inch. Touch screen with a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels and a brightness of 500 nits. Here you can get the look of the system:

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There is still disagreement as to the reason for the Joy-Khan slip. The company behind the portable Aya Neo Pro wants to find an answer to the problem (Via Nintendo Life) System ie Called Hall sensors Built in analog sticks and trigger buttons. These sensors use magnets to detect input. This prevents material wear and tear, which many complain is the cause of Joy-Khan slip. The use of hall sensors instead of actually defective analog sticks will only be shown with the first long-term reports, which took some time.