Wireless Controller for PC and Nintendo Switch

The market for game consoles and PC controllers is disrupted, one of the many controllers currently on the market is Trust Muta (GXT 1230), I had a chance to test. Now is the time to make their analytics available.

While this Trust Muta works on PC and Nintendo Switch, my testing was only done on Nintendo consoles. Many people may prefer to use the Joy-Con from the console itself, but these I only use when the console is in portable mode, because in TV mode I prefer to use the dedicated remote, even if it’s to keep the ultimate Joy- Con drift. In this case, I use the Pro Controller, but with the arrival of the Muta, it’s time for an alternative.

Like the Nintendo Controller, this one has everything we need, a comfortable controller, good autonomy, Bluetooth and motion controls. While not perfect, this Trust Muta is an excellent Nintendo Switch controller and a must-have accessory for any console owner.

Trust has a long history with physical devices, and so does this Muta. It’s very powerful and not as flimsy as many other controllers on the market today. It also has a nice casing. The controller sticks are slightly wider than the Joy-Con, with more recoil and maneuverable grips for tighter control.

Nintendo Pro Controller and Trust Muta

While subtle, the change is very noticeable when playing action games like Fortnite or Super Smash Bros. final. The controllers themselves are wider than the Joy-Con’s Comfort Grips, which are generally more comfortable, especially for people with larger hands like me, or people who are used to the controllers of other consoles.

It has an internal battery that promises to last about 10 hours, and my tests proved them to be true value. It also comes with a USB-A to USB-C cable that plugs into the USB port on the Switch dock or any other USB port for charging. It has some LEDs that indicate battery charge status, but they only light up when the remote is connected to the charging cable. To complete this battery issue, know that to fully charge, when connected to the Switch dock, it will take 2 hours.

layout Its ABXY buttons are reminiscent of the ones we have on Xbox controllers, but the analog sticks are like PlayStation’s, so this Trust Muta appears to be a 2 combo. Additionally, the D-Pad is replaceable, and Trust offers a replacement. In the box, so you can use the one that best suits your style of use.

Its triggers are digital, although on the box it says they are pressure-sensitive, the only analog buttons are 2 thumbsticks.

To connect the controller to the Nintendo Switch, we just have to press the key combination “HOME” and “B”. Just to test, since we’re dealing with a bluetooth remote, I tried connecting it to an Android smartphone, and despite recognizing and connecting to it, the remote didn’t interact with the phone, despite being paired correctly (no mention of Android in the box support).

In terms of gameplay, I can say that I’ve played with it for hours, like Fortnite, Project Cars 3 and even Super Smash Bros, and it does everything it promises. That said, he handles in an excellent way and his vibration is very good, which is one of his strengths, although not progressive.

Also, I was able to play the game from about 10 meters away from the console with no issues and no disconnects, which is really cool.

Final Judgment Trust Muta (GXT 1230)

Simply put, the Trust Muta is a good controller, but it’s still not as good as the Pro controller. However, this Trust controller costs just over half the cost of a Nintendo controller, which is a big plus for it…is it worth the extra investment on a Pro controller? Everyone knows their pockets, but this price is enough to buy 2 Trust Muta controllers, so each of us can choose the best one for you.

What I can say is that this Trust Muta has a very good footprint, an above-average asking price, its vibe is brutal, and the fact that it can replace the D-Pad is a plus.

The only downside I can point out is that it doesn’t have a headphone port. Really something to miss. For the rest, I think it’s a good order and fully fulfills the trust fund’s promise. So my annotations are:

The Trust provided me with the Muta (GXT 1230) to make this analysis possible. If you want, you can visit the official product page here.

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