GuliKit wants to definitely eliminate the problem of drifting gamepads

The technology company GuliKit has presented some interesting news that wants to eliminate the problems that the game suffers from gamepads. Above all, he wants to definitely eliminate drifting, which suffers from gamepads of practically every character. Drifting is caused by uncertainty, moisture, but also wear, especially the potentiometer. These things can be fixed, but they always get used to repairing the anal.

GuliKit uses permanent magnetic materials and electromagnetic linear Hall technology to ensure accurate motion sensing. The sensor is separate, also eliminating the problem of wear. At the same time, I also offer long-lasting life and a smooth playing experience in this way. The company is preparing new gamepads with this technology and say that there will be no difference in their price compared to benm,

In the second half of 2021, there will also be a new button technology for gamepads, with which the manufacturer wants to offer a lifespan of up to 50 million presses and at the same time avoid the traditional ailments, such as with jammed buttons or disconnection of contacts. The manufacturer has come up with new technology that improves the position of the button, while maintaining the impression of compression as on bench buttons.

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