If you typically do a lot of gaming on your Android device, you know how frustrating some control schemes can be on a smaller touch screen. To remedy that, MOGA released their handheld Bluetooth game controllers for Android devices, which bring console-style controls to a portable device.
If you are a gamer, you are going to want to check out the new line of MOGA gaming controllers. These new controllers for Android are available now and step it up a notch with MOGA Boost Technology. Not only are both controllers rechargeable, but they will also charge your phone while you play. There’s nothing worse then getting hooked into a game and watching your battery drain to 0%.
I think we are at the beginning of a boom for smartphone/tablet controllers. With the console showing signs of decline, all eyes are on on the mobile community. There are two elements that need to be met in order for mobile to take over. First, you need quality games, and second, you need good controls.
To say the Kickstarter campaign for the Ouya Gaming Console was successful would be a drastic understatement. They were able to rack up $8,596,475 and is probably one of the reasons why Google dropped the Nexus Q. While many people were able to grab one for as little as $95, you can still pre-order one for $109 with one controller in case you missed out or feeling buyer’s remorse.
I'm very pleased that after JB update we can connect PS3 controllers via Bluetooth (without any additional apps) to TF700. It was no problem to connect 2 controllers at once... both work like a charm... it strange that light indicators on controllers indicate that both controllers are on the same "channel" (1st from 4)
Corsair today announced a partnership with eSports organization compLexity Gaming. The two brands will work together to promote the world of eSports to the masses. The compLexity Gaming team will use their extensive competitive gaming and eSports experience to help shape Corsair’s award-winning line of gaming peripherals.