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Moga Ace Power iOS Game Controller Available For Pre-Order

Posted November 20, 2013 by .Omar Correa in Mobile

MOGA ushers in a new era for mobile gaming with the MOGA ACE™ POWER game controller for iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, and iPod touch (5th generation) running iOS 7. The MOGA ACE POWER delivers precision control, giving gamers an unparalleled console-style experience.

The MOGA ACE POWER features a unique portable design that expands to play and collapses to easily fit in pockets and bags. It transforms the mobile gaming experience with console-style controls. It allows gamers to secure their iPhone or iPod touch in the MOGA Arm with S.M.R.T. Lock technology, gaining peace of mind for their gaming sessions. The ACE POWER connects via the Lightning connector, and features dual analog sticks, both L1/R1 and L2/R2 buttons, a D-pad, and four action buttons-all the controls needed for precision gaming.

Not only is the ACE POWER a controller, it includes a built-in 1800 mAh battery along with MOGA BOOST technology charging iPhone or iPod touch during gameplay allowing for longer sessions.

With the new Made for iPhone controller framework built into iOS 7, MOGA anticipates a flood of game developers to take advantage of controller support. Mobile versions of traditional game genres such as first-person shooters, action, arcade, family, and sports/racing games will now be played with console-style controls.

“MOGA controllers were built for real gaming by real gamers,” said Eric Bensussen, President and Co-Founder of PowerA. “We’re excited to deliver MOGA ACE POWER to iPhone and iPod touch users in time for the holidays and have them experience the precision, console-style controls that promise to revolutionize the gaming experience on these devices.”

The MOGA ACE POWER is available for $99.99 at Apple Retail Stores, from the Apple Online Store, or at MOGAanywhere.com.


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Omar is the Founder & Editor In Chief of GeeksterLabs.com (formerly known as BuyMeAniPhone.com). He is a Graphic/Web Designer by day and a tech reviewer by night. He's been reviewing products since 2007 and has filmed over 700 videos. He's also written reviews and articles for iPhone Life Magazine. He oversees all editorial content, focusing special attention on emerging technologies.