iMpulse is the world’s smallest gaming & media controller
We have seen mobile phones change in size over the years, most notably getting smaller and smaller in form factor until the explosion of touchscreen smartphones that eventually saw a movement in the opposite direction – that the display size itself starts to grow more and more, so much so an entire new category of devices had been created, being known as the “phablet”. Well, smartphones might be taking this particular design route, but not so with the $39.99 iMpulse, which is touted to be the smallest wireless controller for mobile devices in the world. Basically, with the iMpulse, you will be able to take full control of virtually any iOS or Android-powered Media Player app within a range of a hundred feet.
The iMpulse is small enough to fit into any pocket or handbag comfortably, where you can then control the volume on an iPhone’s playlist, or to use it as a D-pad for your Android games. It will connect to a compatible device using Bluetooth technology, and can also double up as a camera remote with your smartphone. Ah, that means you will need to get one of those tripods with flexible legs in order to take full advantage of it. The buttons themselves feature white backlight, making it a snap to play even when it is pitch black around you. A full charge of the rechargeable lithium polymer battery offers up to 9 hours of non-stop play.