MOGA Ace Power game controller changes the way mobile games are played
When it comes to mobile devices, they do a whole lot more compared to the mobile phone of yore. For most of us out there, the smartphone, phablet or tablet is the device that helps keep the wheels of our daily life churning in the right direction at an appropriate interval – without it, we would end up as helpless folks running around, being unable to keep one appointment after another, not to mention forgetting the myriad of tasks that we have to do. Well, another aspect of a smartphone would be to use it as a portable media player or portable entertainment device, where the latter category would mean spending a good chunk of your time playing games on it. The thing is, a touchscreen display does not do too well when it comes to gaming, since your thumbs or fingers would block the on-screen action. This is where the MOGA Ace Power game controller comes in handy, offering a full set of console-style precision controls.
The MOGA Ace Power game controller would play nice with the likes of the iPhone 5s, the iPhone 5c, the iPhone 5 and the iPod touch (5th generation), as long as they run on iOS 7. Boasting a unique portable design which will be able to expand when it comes to playtime, it will also collapse easily when you are done, so that it can fit in pockets and bags without missing a beat. You will be able to secure it to your iPhone or iPod touch thanks to the MOGA Arm with S.M.R.T. Lock technology, offering you peace of mind during your hectic gaming sessions.
How will it communicate with the iPhone or iPod touch? Well, the MOGA Ace Power game controller would hook up using the Lightning connector. Just to make sure you get to enjoy an excellent gaming experience, it features dual analog sticks, L1/R1 and L2/R2 buttons, a D-pad, and four action buttons, which have become more or less the staple controls required for precision gaming. Apart from that, the MOGA Ace Power game controller will also feature an 1,800 mAh battery so that you can use it to power your iPhone or iPod touch when gaming. The asking price? A cool $99.99 a pop.