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MOGA game controller for Android

Getting tired of constantly leaving behind those unsightly fingerprint smudges on your Android smartphone’s screen while you’re getting your game on? Getting a wireless game controller is one way to give your phone’s touchscreen that much needed break from the incessant pounding, one that PowerA’s MOGA happens to offer. The Bluetooth gaming controller has been on sale in several retailers for a few weeks, but PowerA has announced that MOGA can now be purchased from AT&T stores across the country.

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Gaming and Android have become good buddies lately. On tap this year, we have OUYA and XBMC. We’ve also seen the likes of Ringbow, DRONE and Gameklip. People like games, but they don’t always prefer to use the touch controls on their phone for hours on end. Thumb cramps anyone? This is the niche where the MOGA bluetooth controller sits nicely.

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Although it’s already the third gaming console/Android tablet to be unveiled these past months, the GamePad might actually be fortunate enough to undercut its other two competitors and get out the first. The 7-incher might still get more attention than the Ouya and WikiPad, due to a very attractive design and what looks like a more than fair quality-price ratio.