CES: Moga Pro Turns Your Smartphone Into a Gaming Handheld
With its first smartphone controller, the Moga, Power A was focused on portability, but with the new Moga Pro, the company is bringing console-style controls to the mobile market. The Moga Pro takes the integrated flip-out grip concept of its predecessor and pairs it with a conventional gamepad, complete with dual-analog thumbsticks, four action buttons, a directional pad, two shoulder buttons, and two full-sized triggers.
The Moga Pro pairs with tablets and smartphones using Bluetooth and is compatible with a growing library of titles, including Modern Combat 4, GTA: Vice City, and more. The controller is powered by an internal battery, which can be recharged via USB, and comes accompanied with a tablet stand.
Pricing has not been announced, but the company promises to ship the Moga Pro by spring.
For more from CES, keep it locked to IGN.com/CES.
By Scott Lowe