The versatile Joy-Con offer multiple surprising new ways for players to have fun. Two Joy-Con can be used independently in each hand or together as one game controller when attached to the Joy-Con grip. They can also attach to the main console for use in handheld mode or be shared with friends to enjoy two-player action in supported games. Each Joy-Con has a full set of buttons and can act as a standalone controller and each includes an accelerometer and gyroscope motion sensor making independent left and right motion control possible.N/AN/ABut theres more! Imagine the Joy-Con is a glass containing ice cubes. With HD rumble when you move and tilt the Joy-Con you can feel the ice cubes clanking around. HD rumble feels so realistic that you can even tell how many cubes there are almost as if youre actually holding a glass in your hand! The HD rumble function included in the Joy-Con creates an immersive gameplay experience that isnt possible with images and sounds alone.N/AN/AThe IR Motion Camera in Joy-Con (R) can detect the shape movement and distance of objects captured by the camera. For example it can recognise the shape of players’ hands such as when you make a rock paper or scissors. With this feature there are more gameplay possibilities than ever!N/AN/AYou can also use amiibo on your Nintendo Switch by tapping them to the NFC touchpoint on the right Joy-Con Controller or the NFC touchpoint on the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller.N/AN/AUp to eight controllers can be connected to a single console via Bluetooth wireless communication at any one time this can be any combination of Joy-Con controllers and other controllers such as the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller (sold separately).N/AN/AJoy-Con controllers can last for up to 20 hours on a single charge. Re-connect the Joy-Con controllers to the console in order to recharge them or you can also charge them by connecting to the Nintendo Switch Charging Grip.
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