MOGA Pro Controller Unveiled At CES

Peripheral manufacturer PowerA has unveiled a new edition of its popular Android controller, named MOGA Pro, at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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Building on the previous MOGA controller, this new Pro version features console grips, dual-analog sticks, four action buttons, a directional pad, two shoulder buttons, and two shoulder triggers. Phew! In addition, the controller also comes with rechargeable batteries, a USB charging cord and a tablet stand. The MOGA Pro connects to your Android device via Bluetooth.

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According to the company, this will allow Android gamers to enjoy "a full-featured mobile game controller", one that "brings a familiarity console gamers will appreciate." Pricing information isn't yet available, but the company hopes to bring the new controller to market this Spring.