Items tagged with MOGA

MOGA makes products that can turn your mobile device into a mobile game controller, delivering a more engaging gaming experience with console-like controls while on the go. The company keeps rolling out new controllers for Android and Windows 8 devices, and now MOGA offers one for iOS devices, too. The MOGA Ace Power supports the iPhone 5S/5C, iPhone 5, and iPod touch (5th-gen) running iOS 7 and offers a secure lock for keeping devices nestled safely into the controller. The controller connects to device via the Lightning connector and includes analog sticks, L1/R1 and L2/R2 buttons, a D-pad, and... Read more...
MOGA’s product line offers a simple but very cool approach to mobile gaming, which is to provide nicely-sized controllers for gaming on Android (and with its second generation of controllers, Windows 8) devices. The company has a pair of new controllers coming out, the MOGA Hero Power and MOGA Pro Power, that will actually charge your smartphone or tablet while you play, thus significantly boosting the amount of time you can spend gaming away without worrying that your battery life will be toast. MOGA Hero Power MOGA says that both the slimmer Hero Power ($59.99) and more full-size Pro Power... Read more...
No, it’s not challenging devices like the Razer Edge, NVIDIA Project SHIELD, or even the intriguing Wikipad, but MOGA is angling for the mobile gaming hardware market with its mobile game controllers. The company announced the second generation of its controllers with the MOGA Power series, which succeed the MOGA Pocket and MOGA Pro controllers. The latest pair feature dual analog joysticks, D-pad, four control buttons, right and left bumpers, and more, and the controller will actually charge the connected mobile device while users are playing, which delivers much longer gametime. The Pivot... Read more...