PowerA added yet another gaming gadget to its popular line up. MOGA Android Gamepad is the latest product from PowerA which is a user friendly gaming controller. The name of the product, MOGA itself reflects 'mobile gaming". This Bluetooth gaming controller designed especially for Android devices will deliver a more interesting tablet and phone gaming experience.
This gaming gadget includes analog discs unlike thumb sticks seen in 3DS. It also incorporates triggers and four face buttons to improvise the gaming actions. The device comes with a flip-up holder especially meant for holding phones. The cradle has the capability to support almost all Android handsets ranging up to 78mm. The arms can be lowered or raised depending on whether it is used with tablet or mobile.
The best feature with any of the gaming controllers is how easy is to operate it and perform different gaming actions. PowerA signed up with major game publishers to ensure that their games and apps support MOGA-specific controls. The top rated ones among them include Atari, Gameloft, Sega, Machineworks and Ratrod. This would make sure that you would be able to play any of the games from these publishers with this controller in hand.
The MOGA Pivot App will shortly arrive in the Google play store and the controller owners can easily sketch the titles that suit their device. Kids can be fascinated with the list of titles that Moga controller can support.
The 2 AAA batteries provide about 24 hours of battery life for the PowerA MOGA Android Gamepad which makes it a good companion in the case of long trips. The batteries are encased by the right and left hand grips.
This gaming controller is said to launch most probably later this year. It is the best gaming product suiting any of the devices running Android 2.3 or its higher versions. The gadget is designed to be out in a black fame with some colourful controller buttons. The price information is not yet fixed. There are also some reports which indicate that another gadget, MOGA Pro Controller, is in the developing stage.