By: John Bedford January 8, 2013 0 Comments

New Android controller promises a console experience for mobiles.

Peripheral manufacturer PowerA has unveiled a new edition of its popular Android controller, named MOGA Pro, at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.


Building on the previous MOGA controller, this new Pro version features console grips, dual-analog sticks, four action buttons, a directional pad, two shoulder buttons, and two shoulder triggers. Phew! In addition, the controller also comes with rechargeable batteries, a USB charging cord and a tablet stand. The MOGA Pro connects to your Android device via Bluetooth.


According to the company, this will allow Android gamers to enjoy "a full-featured mobile game controller", one that "brings a familiarity console gamers will appreciate." Pricing information isn't yet available, but the company hopes to bring the new controller to market this Spring.

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