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  • ASUS ROG Raikiri Pro Controller Support Being Added To Linux 6.10

    Phoronix: ASUS ROG Raikiri Pro Controller Support Being Added To Linux 6.10

    Back during the Linux 6.9 kernel cycle support was added for the ASUS ROG Raikiri as a newer gaming controller. Now on its way for landing in Linux 6.10 is support for the ASUS ROG Raikiri Pro...

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    For all those 3 people who bought it? It is a design mess... well it's also ASUS, call it a coincidence?

    No hall switches, so hello drift as the resistor pots will wear out. OLED??? It will burn in after few months and pretty much a gimmick. Looks like cheap plastic. And the price? Oh well...

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    • #3
      Why is this so expensive? What does it provide that the original XBox controller, which is way cheaper, doesn't?

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      • #4
        This forum is a fucking cesspit of negativity and people with their knickers twisted round their balls.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fluke View Post
          This forum is a fucking cesspit of negativity and people with their knickers twisted round their balls.
          Yet they wonder why the Linux community is known to be hostile and non-welcoming and the "Why X company doesn't want to invest on Linux", well that's why. See that other thread "Ubuntu 24.10 Now Defaults To Wayland On NVIDIA" - The amount of people berating each other over a Wayland vs X thing is amazing.

          See a Fedora thread, everyone jumps in on the IBM/Red Hat hate.
          See an Ubuntu thread, everyone jumps in on the Canonical/Ubuntu hate.

          And the list goes on for AMD, Intel, Nvidia, systemd, Wayland, X, - Heck even Michael receives hate (Sometimes).

          Originally posted by sarmad View Post
          Why is this so expensive?
          From the Asus Website:

          • Versatile tri-mode connectivity: Use low-latency 2.4 GHz RF, Bluetooth®, or wired USB-C® to play on PC; plus certified for Xbox via USB-C connection
          • Intuitive rear controls: Four left and right buttons can be programmed for in-game commands or for on-the-fly joystick sensitivity shifts
          • Selectable step triggers: Left and right triggers can be set to short- or full-range modes, with dead zones customizable in Armoury Crate
          • Premium sound: Built-in ESS DAC for immersive audio; plus 3.5 mm earphone jack, and a mute button
          • Extensive customization: Remap buttons, change joystick sensitivity, or make other adjustments via Armoury Crate

          Sure the 8BitDo has the same features while costing less but if your whole set up is around ASUS then it's not a bad purchase.
          Last edited by carguello2; 24 June 2024, 09:32 PM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by carguello2 View Post
            Yet they wonder why the Linux community is known to be hostile and non-welcoming and the "Why X company doesn't want to invest on Linux", well that's why. See that other thread "Ubuntu 24.10 Now Defaults To Wayland On NVIDIA" - The amount of people berating each other over a Wayland vs X thing is amazing.

            See a Fedora thread, everyone jumps in on the IBM/Red Hat hate.
            See an Ubuntu thread, everyone jumps in on the Canonical/Ubuntu hate.

            And the list goes on for AMD, Intel, Nvidia, systemd, Wayland, X, - Heck even Michael receives hate (Sometimes).
            This has nothing to do with this forum, nor with Linux community. The same can be said about almost anything over the internet. Apple vs Microsoft, Trump vs Biden, US vs Russia, Arm vs x86, etc. Also, companies don't make their investment decisions over the comments of some random weirdly named guy over the internet.

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