GameSir X3 Type-C best-known control, for cooling, for the upcoming week.
The GameSir device is entirely different, as it can be combined with a customizable controller, and a built-in cooling, too.
In long gaming sessions, excessive overheating is the problem most mobile gamers face even if they are concerned about tyres that carry dedicated cooling systems requiring a warm spot on the back of the smartphone and the cooling effects of the smartphone.
GameSir X3 type-C seeks to solve this problem by attaching a literal fan-powered cooling system on your smartphone. A large system, with an electric copper plate, a Peltier cooling module, a heatsink, a seven-bladed fan, carries a triple-part cooling system, letting your smartphone cool, reducing the temperature to 24 degrees in just a few minutes.
The fans are RGB-lit and you can adjust the height of your screen depending on the purpose. The only downside? There’s no battery, so that the fan needs an USB-C constant operation. As far as you need to, there’s no need to have a power bank on your travels.
Of course, the X3 Type-C is not just a cooler, it is also a mobile controller, and an extremely capable one at that level. Thanks to his USB-C port, he can hardly get a lag. The controller also works well with all controller-compatible games available on Android, including cloud streaming apps from Nvidia and Xbox.
It is incredibly customizable, too. These buttons reshape into a wide range of shapes and sizes. You may be able to switch between the Xbox and Nintendo version, and you’ll find two different sets of controls and controller caps in the box. Everything is in a nice hard-shell carrying case, so the controller and everything else is always in order.
Besides, it’s compatible with a wide range of devices, so long as it’s powered by a USB-C connectivity and measures between 110 and 179 mm.