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Offline Brutalimp

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Nexus long term use question
« on: 04:10 PM - 09/18/21 »
It looks like the nexus is using a standard potentiometer joystick. Those are notorious for stick drift issues. Are you using special parts to reduce this issue? Will the product be serviceable if we want to replace the joystick when it becomes defective? Xim prosucts have always lasted me a long time (I still have a xim360 that works flawlessly). This would be the first product you make with a “shelf life” due to the sticks.

Oh and one last question, would you ever consider adding this gyro capability for gyro controllers on the xim apex in the future

Thank you

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Re: Nexus long term use question
« Reply #1 on: 04:30 PM - 09/18/21 »
Don't worry, drift and deadzone is completely addressed with NEXUS. The thumbstick tuning is beyond anything out there by a long shot. Say goodbye to drift 🙂

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Re: Nexus long term use question
« Reply #2 on: 08:31 PM - 09/18/21 »
NEXUS has on-board calibration for triggers, sticks and gyro.

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