The MOGA PRO POWER Controller is a Bluetooth wireless controller for Android. It features a flip-up clip that holds phone of nearly any size.
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Pro Lets you game on-the-go
The middle-front strip of the controller folds out into an arm that holds onto your phone (both of your hands will be occupied holding the controller). If it weren't for this arm, you would have to prop your phone up against something, which isn't always possible - especially when you're gaming on the go. It can fit virtually any phone - the maximum width it can hold is 3.2" (82mm). This means it can securely hold most phones, even if they have a case on them.
Pro Internal battery can charge your phone while playing
The internal 2200mah battery of the MOGA Pro Power is capable of charging the user's phone while playing by plugging them together with a USB cable. This will reduce the battery life of the controller, however it's a convenient option to have.
Pro Very comfortable to hold and well balanced
The MOGA Pro Power is a full sized controller comparable to a PS3 or XBox gamepad. Most Android controllers are smaller, which makes them more cramped and uncomfortable for longer use. A larger controller fits your hands better, making it more comfortable. Also, in this case, it helps balance the phone's weight better so it isn't as top-heavy.
Pro Dual wireless profiles
It has both the MOGA profile and the generic HID profile for greater overall support.
Pro Good analog sticks
The analog sticks are on par with any top of class controller.
Pro Convenient, and free to recharge
There is an internal 2200mah battery that can be charged through USB. You won't need to worry about having batteries on hand, or have the added cost of purchasing batteries for the controller.
Con Removed rubber grips
The older model of the MOGA Pro had rubber grips in the back, sadly they have been removed from the MOGA Pro Power controller. This makes the controller less grippy to hold, making it more slippery.
Con Connection can be flaky at times
Con Not very portable
The controller is as large as a console controller. When bringing it around, you will want to carry it in a bag, backpack or purse. It's too big to fit in a fanny pack or a pocket.