As this is a standard bluetooth controller, it’ll work with any Android TV device (or any Android device). It works well, has all the standard inputs you’d need, although it does require 2 AA batteries (a pair is included). If you’re looking for a good quality controller, this will work pretty well. The deal will probably end soon as it’s still $40 in the Google Store.
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