An interesting option to play on Android

With the advent of cloud gaming, Especially on XboxAnd the increasingly frequent release of AAA games in the mobile version, using your cell device as a portable console is now a legitimate option. Even better is to use a console in which our mobile phone is built-in. Gamesir is already in the 3rd edition of the cellular console, Gamesir X3 Type-C I tested it out for you.

Gamesir X3 Type-C Controller Presented by Gamesir for Review
Photos by RDS Video Games

Cooling system a good idea?

The first thing that distinguishes Gamesir X3 TC from other consoles in this genre is that it has an integrated cooling system to prevent your mobile device from overheating. The idea is interesting, but we quickly realize that it is rather limited. In fact, the cooling system turns on when connected to the USB-C cable, and shuts off when unplugged. This is the only way to operate this system, which means that it can only be used in situations where you can plug in without moving.

The good side of the cooling system is that it gives the console a certain width and heaviness that gives you the feeling of holding something solid in your hand, without it being too heavy.

Opening the box reveals that it includes alternate buttons, joystick heads, and different layouts, allowing players to customize their experience with the console. It also comes with a protective carrying case.

Gamesir X3 Type-C: An interesting option for games on Android

Solid built console

Visually, the console looks good; It looks solid and when you take it in hand, you can see that it is. Its casing and buttons, the feel you press, and the sound they make, all give the impression of a well-built console in your hand that will last. In comparison, Razer Kishi does more Cheap buttons that are made clack clack clack by activating it. Its design is comfortable in the hand.

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Gamesir X3 Type-C: An interesting option for games on Android

Getting started is as easy as entering your cell phone. I didn’t have to set it up or download an app, it literally is Plug and play. The USB-C jack where you insert the cell phone can move slightly, preventing breakage if you force the cell phone insertion or remove it at an angle. It’s a well-thought-out little touch made by the manufacturers.

Gamesir X3 Type-C: An interesting option for games on Android

Best controller of its kind?

The Gamesir X3 Type-C is a great product; Although the cooling system that has to be connected is a bit frustrating. However, I never had a problem with my mobile device getting hot while playing with a controller. I can’t say if Gamesir X3 TC is the best gamepad of its kind, but I can definitely say it’s the best option I’ve tested for Android devices. Of course, you have to check which hardware is compatible with this console.

Gamesir X3 Type-C: An interesting option for games on Android

In short, if you are on Android and want to play mobile games more seriously, Gamesir X3 TC is a very good choice.

It is currently available on the Gamesir online store.

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