Nice. More competition, more better. Except for the overcrowded keyboard maybe. Here would be less is better imho. Do they really want to include that many buttons? For instance: arrow keys when you already have a D-Pad, 2 sticks and separate ABXY buttons on the device?OneMix is also working on a handheld gaming device - and here are the first renderings:
If they are open for suggestions, you may convince them, that something like a replacable battery is the biggest thing in the universe or so.Yes, of course. I've already given them feedback about the DPad. I hope I'll receive a sample so I can give them even more feedback.
+1I never understood DPads with separated buttons...
Harder to make, you need to prevent it from spinning. It needs more space to be robust (XBOX controller). Can't do two directions at once.Do we know what OS it will be running? Looks interesting but playstation-style d-pads had always been a huge turn-off for me. Why is it so hard to find a good sega style d-pad on handhelds now a days?
DROPPED. They don't care about their customers, and their customers don't care about OneMix.As all OneMix devices run Windows 10