Wednesday, 20 November 2013

iPhone Game Controller with Apple’s MFI Configurations: Logitech Power Shell

Logitech is launching its latest PowerShell which will be available in Apple Online Store from today onwards, announced today in an official event. This controller have its simple and slim dimensions (200mm X 63mm X 21mm) with weight 120g, and may be buyable on other online stores soon.

iPhone Game Controller with Apple’s MFI Configurations: Logitech Power Shell

Apple’s MFI program is a licensing program on which Logitech and ClamCase is working continuously. Using this program companies can get hardware components, tools, documentation, technical support, and certification logos needed to create AirPlay audio and electronic accessories that are used to connect iPod, iPhone and iPad.

According to Apple, they offered 2 types of game controllers i.e. form-fitting (allows iOS device to be docked right) and standalone controller (connects over Bluetooth). The third company Moga is also working on these configurations and have been developed its Ace Power with 1800 mAh battery that will charge your device while docked in the controller.

Earlier days Moga have been announced its iOS7 game controller which is based on Apple’s extended layout including extra set of shoulder buttons and left-right thumbsticks. Logitech announced its PowerShell based on Apple’s standard MFI configuration giving you left and right shoulder buttons, D-Pad and A/B/X/Y face buttons.

Logitech provides extra battery backup with built-in 1500 mAh battery, when external battery notify you as “Low battery”, don’t stop there is an another battery for gaming purpose. This controller is slim and can easily access your phone features, and one more thing it have also a HeadPhone adapter through which you can feel great game sound.

The controller may be priced at $99 and will be available in the market soon.


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