The Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller is by far one of the unique and greatest parts of the Switch innovation. The Joy-Con controllers are a set of small and detachable gamepads with each controller used by one player. It comes in just plain gray or also blue and red colors. The Nintendo Switch along with the separately sold Joy-Con will be available on March 3.
How The Joy-Con Works
The Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller is attached to the main controller of the system. It features the HD Rumble or the vibration which gives real-life feedback to the players. It also has an infrared motion sensor which can detect a player’s hand from a distance.
In charging the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controller, the lights inside each of the Joy-Con and the face of the Charging Grip for the Joy-Con light up to mean that they are both synchronized to the system and determines which player they belong to. However, these lights are covered by by the Joy-Con straps if attached to the device. And if the Joy-Cons are attached to a main Switch that is in the on-the-go mode but is not plugged in, the interface is uncertain.