Satechi Wireless Gamepad for Smartphone

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Nobody likes to be play video games on their smartphones. The screens are just simply too small, and it feels like a watered down experience. Satechi looks change that, bringing the feel of your favorite console to your smartphone with their Xbox inspired Wireless Gamepad.

We’ve covered a few controllers similar to this in the past, but they were built specifically for iPhones or Androids – Satechi works for both, which really sets them apart from the competition. The device is easy to use, featuring an extendable arm that cradles your smartphone on the top portion of the controller. It uses Bluetooth technology, meaning it;s completely wireless, and will work with any Bluetooth-enabled device. It sells for $39, which means it will probably be a hot commodity for on the go gamers this holiday season. [Purchase]

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