Logitech Powershell

The much anticipated Logitech Mfi Controller is now available for Pre-order and begins shipping in December! If you can’t wait, you can pick up a Moga Ace Power Controller now!

Price: $69.99
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Phone 5, iPhone 5s or iPod touch (5th generation)

Controller Charging cable
Headphone extender
iPod touch adapter
User documentation

Review Roundup

It’s way too early to know if these gaming controllers are going to make iOS gaming better—let alone whether this particular hardware is worth it. But as soon as we picked the PowerShell up something felt right. This could be the beginning of something beautiful.
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I really enjoyed my time testing the Powershell, and its sleek design makes it easy to get an iPhone in and out. It also doesn’t look very conspicuous in public, if that matters to you. In the end though, you need to make the choice between a lack of analogs entirely in the Shell and the implementation of two in the MOGA, and almost every time I’m going to side with the latter. If the Powershell drops in price though, it’s a solid option for a subset of iOS titles.
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As the name implies, the PowerShell also houses a back-up battery that charges via micro-USB adapter. Logitech claims the battery will double the life of the iDevice it’s attached to. It’s also got built-in speakers, too. All of this will cost $100 when the controller comes out in December. Kotaku will have a full review once we get a unit in our hands.
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The PowerShell’s case feels compact with a soft rubberlike finish, made with the type of polish you’d expect out of an iOS accessory. The buttons and triggers felt very solid, too. The Moga Ace Power, by comparison, felt a bit more plastic and loose-fitting, but the Ace Power at least has a controller layout identical to any modern Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 controller.
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