[Esta reseña se recopiló como parte de una promoción.] When I first opened the box, I felt like I was unpacking the golden egg. The packing materials were well-designed for the device and the box serves well as a storage case when the controller is not in use. I was surprised not to see a cable until I realized that it uses a standard lightning cable of which I have boxes! My only gripe about the cable situation is that it doesn't fit as snugly into the charging port as I would like. Anyway, I was excited to see that there was already a charge on the controller right out of the box because I was ready to start playing! The battery indicator on the top of the controller keeps me informed of so I don't run out of juice at an inopportune moment during gameplay. Bluetooth connectivity is very straightforward. The A/B/X/Y buttons have a nice click to them so you can actually feel when you've made a selection. The D-pad is also quite clicky. The phone mount fits my iPhone 12 nicely without causing any damage to the case and folds away conveniently for storage into my backpack to save space. When playing with my iPad, I just use my iPad's desk stand. The Nimbus+ hand grip is ergonomic and the weight is balanced, allowing for long game play. Play is responsive and I have had zero connectivity issues, even after hours of use. The buttons have a familiar layout and I especially like the four-way directional pad versus the round option (it is easier to navigate blindly). In a perfect world, the controller would have a rumble feature. Also, the website boasts fifty. hours of gameplay on a single charge, but I've been getting closer to forty which is plenty for me, especially when it means not having to use "AA" batteries. Overall, this controller is durable, has a good weight, has a nice click-feel, connects easily, and has stable connectivity.