Logitech PowerShell iPhone Game Controller

Nov 21, 2013

Category: Tech

Lugging your Xbox or PlayStation onto the plane and trying to override the in-flight movie so passengers can watch you play a few rounds of Battlefield is kind of a nutso idea. I mean, think of the lag you’d experience at 30,000 feet. So, playing on your phone is indeed the way to go sometimes, but — eesh — those controls. Now, Logitech’s all like “We got this” with its new Powershell iPhone game controller and battery. It’s a device that brings console-like controls to your iPhone’s games.

With an analog D-pad, shoulder triggers, and ABXY buttons ready for mashing, you’ll be able to stop swerving your phone around like a crazy person. Crazy people on planes… ehh… not a good history there. The integrated mAh battery jacks up the power on the iPhone 5, 5S, or 5th generation iPod Touch, and an included micro-USB cable keeps the action going when the juice gets low.

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