MOGA Unveils New Controllers At E3

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MOGA will again set the new standard for mobile game controllers at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles, June 11-13, 2013. MOGA today announced that its new MOGA Power Series of mobile game controllers will be available this fall.

No more worries about phone battery life. The two next generation MOGA products bring something never before seen in a mobile game controller, MOGA Boost technology. MOGA Boost actually charges the user’s mobile device while they play. This allows gamers to play longer without concern for running down their phone’s battery.

"With this next generation of MOGA mobile game controllers, MOGA firmly establishes itself as the leader in the industry," said Eric Bensussen, President and Co-Founder of PowerA. "Defining innovation and leadership, the MOGA System is always evolving to complement and align with key trends. With our world-class hardware, an extremely easy to use SDK and top retailer distribution, MOGA continues to attract world-class developers and publishers to our platform. When addressing the real needs of mobile gamers, nothing else comes close to MOGA."

Both controllers include support for multiplayer gaming on the same screen, improved ergonomics, improved Bluetooth radios, seamless support for its growing library of more than 100 MOGA Enhanced and HID compatible games, The MOGA S.M.R.T. Lock arm to secure phones to the controller and more.

Like the recently released MOGA Pro, both Power Series controllers will be cross-platform compatible. MOGA officially supports more installed devices than any other mobile game controller on the market. Not only is MOGA the only mobile game controller system that works with Android devices all the way back to version 2.3, but it will now include support for Windows Phone 8. The MOGA SDK for Windows Phone 8 is available to over 400 active MOGA developers.

The smaller, more portable of the two Power Series MOGA controllers has been completely redesigned and now features clickable analog thumbsticks, shoulder buttons, a D-pad and an improved form factor.

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