gamepad: Jio launches its gamepad for game enthusiasts

Following the launch of its new charging plans for the JioFi dongle, Jio came up with another product, this time for the gaming market. Jio has launched its game controller which allows gamers to plan games on their Android tablets, Android, Jio set-top boxes and other devices. The controller comes with two main triggers and eight arrow and directional buttons.

Pricing-wise, the controller is priced at Rs.3499, with affordable EMI installation starting at Rs.164.72 per month.

You can buy the controller from Jio official website. However, the controller may soon be available on other e-commerce platforms.

Game Controller Specifications

The product is compatible with Android TVs and tablets and the Jio setup box. However, it is not intended for dedicated game consoles like PlayStation or Xbox. The controller supports low latency gaming which is essential to get high performance in your games. There are two vibration feedback motors and two pressure points in the game controller. Additionally, Bluetooth v4.1 connectivity is offered by the gamepad to pair your devices. You can also use the controller wirelessly up to a range of 10 meters.

The controller has an 8-hour battery life and supports haptic control. There is a micro-USB port for charging the controller when it runs out of battery. The controller is lightweight and comes in matte black.

With significant developments in the Indian telecom market, Reliance Jio is making a name for itself. Currently, it boasts of being the only telecom provider in India that offers mobile phone connectivity and service on the Kedarnath trek route. The service that Jio would provide would also activate the telecommunications facilities between Gaurikund and the Kedarnath Sanctuary.

Also in the coming months, Jio will unveil more plans and services for its consumers. These plans would include plans with OTT subscriptions, game-based offers, and more.

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