EasySMX Bluetooth Switch Pro Game Controller - ESM 9124

EasySMX Bluetooth Switch Pro Game Controller - ESM 9124

An excellent third-party controller for Nintendo Switch.

After having released the EasySMX ESM-9110 PC controller in 2020, EasySMX is now ready for a Switch version called the ESM-9124. 

They're comfortable to hold, provide all of the buttons I need, and even offer some extras. 

Compatibility
1. PC Windows XP / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / Steam, Vista. Some games may need to set the buttons before use. (PC Wired)
2. Android TV BOX , Android phone and tablet (version 4.0 or above, and the device must fully support OTG function).
3. IOS iPhone iPad.
4. Nintendo Switch/Nintendo Switch Pro/Switch Lite/Switch OLED. ect.
* Not support: Xbox 360 / Xbox One / PS4 /PS5/ iPhone/iPad/MAC OS/Amazon Fire TV/Amazon fire stick.

Programmable Customized Macro Button settings:
Mode 1:
Step1: Press M1 buttons and press Back button(-button is the back button) simultaneously. All indicators is solid-light-on means it's OK.
Step2: Press any of the function buttons (A/B/X/Y/l/R3) to set programmable macro function.
Step3: Press M1 buttons again for confirmation. When pressing M1, L&R3 both have functions. (Triger triggers)

Mode 2:
Step1: Press M1 buttons and press Start button(+button is the back button) simultaneously. All indicators is solid-light-on means it's OK.
Step2: Press any of the function buttons (A/B/X/Y/l/R3) to set programmable macro function.
Step3: Press M1 buttons again for confirmation. All indicators recover.

In addition to owning the official Nintendo Switch Pro Controller since it came out, numerous third-party Switch controllers have come into my life over the last few years. This has given me a good sense of how gamepad options for the hybrid console compare against each other.

I've got to say that the EasySMX ESM-9124 has one of the best grip designs I've seen so far. It's textured to the perfect extent, making it so that the controller won't slip out of hands during a heart-pounding moment. This texture even wraps around slightly to the front side of the controllers, which allows the palms of my hands to also help stabilize the controller better.


All of the basic controls needed for Switch games are there and then some. As is common with traditional third-party controllers, the joysticks and main buttons are larger than that of the Joy-Cons and there's also a D-pad, which is helpful when it comes to more minute control in certain games like the best platformers. For the most part, everything pressed in and responded beautifully during my testing. My only complaint is a minor one. The D-Pad presses down a little too softly and would provide a better response if it clicked in faster. --imore.com


1 comment


  • Jimmy Van Tran

    I like it


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