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Stratus iOS 7 Game Controller Will Work With your iPad
SteelSeries have launched the Stratus iOS 7 game controller that will be compatible with your iPad device and allow you to play games easier.
With recent releases from Logitech and MOGA, CES has given birth to what is claimed to be the first game controller that can be used with iPad devices.
The Stratus iOS 7 game controller features completely wireless control that can connect through Bluetooth and does not need the lightning port to let you play with it on your device.
The device features all the controls that you would expect to find on a regular Xbox controller such as D-Pad, alpha buttons and even rumble sticks, although we’re not sure if they actually vibrate.
The Bluetooth feature has an added bonus in that it allows you to connect up to four controllers to one device and its protective cover can act as an extra grip for those more challenging games.
There have been reports that the device works great on iOS 7 and features an long battery life and can run for up to 10 continuous hours even with Bluetooth turned on.
Some of the games currently playable on the controller include Dead Trigger 2, Asphalt 8: Airborne and Bastion with more games developers on the rise and expected to bring out new games soon.
The steelSeries iOS gaming controller retails at $99.00 and the company are taking pre-orders for the device right now.
Get yours by clicking HERE.
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