New Game Controller for your smartphones
December 04, 2012 :: Posted by - admin :: Category - gadget
I live in Hong Kong where a lots of time is wasted on commuting between living place and working place. In order to better use these commuting time, I use to take out my smartphone for playing games. Recently, I read forom a Tech blog that a game console producer has invented a mobile handheld controller with brings the smartphone players beyond the current limitation. PhoneJoy’s controller connects via Bluetooth 3.0, has around 20 hours of battery life and features 14 buttons in total in addition to the two, pressure sensitive analog joysticks. When folded down, it’s only 102 mm wide and 87mm high, and slides nicely into a front pocket for easy portability when not in use. It can also work without a phone when connected to a Windows, Mac or Linux computer, extended to a user’s preferred length.
It is particularly difficult if you play shooting or other related motion games which require accurate aiming and targeting. With this game controller, I am sure you can have no more problem in playing Counter Strike or NBA live. It will become a time where playing with smartphone is close or even equals to playing with PSP. On mobile devices, it’ll require that game support Bluetooth accessory controls, but that’s a growing group thanks to competing devices already on the market.
The project is looking for $50,000 from backers, with pre-orders of devices starting at just $50 with an anticipated ship date of April 2013. Please stay tuned with HESCOM.org for more information on this useful gadget.
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