GameKlip Peripheral Adds PlayStation Controls To Your Mobile
Android owners get a new grip on gaming.
If you've been indulging yourself in some of the bigger name games that have made the transition from consoles to mobiles, but found yourself irritated by the touchscreen controls, then peripheral creator Ryan French has come up with an intriguing solution for you.
Called GameKlip, it allows Android gamers to connect a PlayStation 3 DualShock controller to their mobile devices. The device cradles your phone rather niftily, connects wirelessly, and makes use of the Sixaxis app to enable support for the controller.
More iterations of the hardware are planned, including support for tablets and a version that will support Xbox 360 controllers. In the meantime, you can grab the GameKlip from the inventor's website, priced at $15.00 for the wireless version, or $23.00 for the wired version.