Logitech Launches Its New "PowerShell" iOS 7 Game Controller For $99

A few hours ago we announced that new Moga's "Ace Power" iOS 7 controller which comes with a lot of new features a beautiful design. Today Logitech the well known company has just unveiled its first new iOS 7 game controller. It's called "PowerShell" and according to the company, PowerShell works on iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPod Touch 5G.

The game pad features console-style controls, with a d-pad, an X-Y-B-A button cluster, and two shoulder triggers. It also features an integrated 1500mAh battery, which will keep your iOS device running long after it runs out of juice…
From Logitech’s announcement:
“If you’re one of the millions of people who play mobile games on your iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, or iPod touch (5th generation) running iOS 7, you’re going to be interested in our latest Logitech G product – the Logitech® PowerShell™ Controller + Battery. The PowerShell Controller + Battery turns your compatible iOS7 device into a pocket sized mobile console, all while roughly doubling your play time with its on board battery.

“To use this first-of-its-kind mobile gaming console, simply insert your compatible iPhone or iPod touch into the controller as you would with a standard case. The analog off-screen controls of the Logitech PowerShell Controller + Battery deliver a gaming experience that’s familiar to console players everywhere, with a D-pad, shoulder triggers and face buttons that allow you to control game play.”
And here's a promo video clip:


Because the accessory is part of Apple’s MFi program, it’s compatible with several iOS games. And that number will continue to grow—in fact Logitech is keeping a running list. Current big-name titles include Oceanhorn and Asphalt 8.

If you are interested Moga unveiled its ‘Ace Power’ iOS 7 controller. It too features a built-in battery pack, and retails for the same price of $99. If you’re interested in the PowerShell, you can find it on Logitech’s website.

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