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Now to run a 10m HDMI cable from my PC to my TV
What're you playing?
Jeez is it that bad? The GPD seems like such a cool thing, but if it has bad input lag, that’s a killer :/
Mario world, Sonic etc. My reaction time is so much faster on PC. I've tried everything to improve it on Android but it's still not good enough
Yeah it's a shame. I'm sure for most people it isn't an issue but I'm a platformer guy and just can't play as well with the "lag." The difference playing on PC emulators feels drastic especially in Mario
Why not just run a cheap Wii on the TV? Genesis Plus and SNES9GX run well.
I considered that as well as my old PS3 but it would be handy to play Windows titles on my TV too
Input lag on Android? What version? Also what input method?
I have an ancient and heavy brick tablet which came with 2.2.2 (but installed Cyanogenmod because that's the only way to get this shit running 4.0.4), I plug in my PS2 controller to the USB port, and with Snes9x I get no input lag in SMW. In the GBC emulator I was using there was an one-frame input lag, but in Snes9x I didn't have any problems at all.
I'd understand input lag with bluetooth controllers, since that always happens to me at an unplayable degree. Really thought they'd try to negate that as much as possible on their devices.
Sono, the input lag happens on modern devices as well. I've got a Note 8 and it's pretty bad. I can handle it in Mupen, but any SNES or GB emulator is a headache.
I asked because I noticed that newer Android phones have worse and worse input lag. The only old phone I have has input lag because the touchscreen is damaged. All new phones I have tried are shit.
Make sure you're not using BT headphones at the same time as a BT gamepad, that causes severe input lag in my experience.