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Steelseries Stratus

GamingTrend
  • Summary: It may not be the ultimate solution for iOS gamers looking for more precise controls on their mobile games, but it’s certainly more than capable at handling the games it’s compatible with – if you can stomach that bloated price tag.
  • Pros: Compact form factor, Buttons are reasonably responsive – especially for an iOS controller, Playing GTA: San Andreas on an iPad with a proper controller is pretty awesome
  • Cons: Quality is not consistent with price, Huge backlog of games completely unsupported
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Logitech G550 PowerShell controller + battery

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: Logitech’s G550 PowerShell caters to gamers who are still enamoured with the traditional console-style controllers, converting a 4in iPhone 5/5s or iPod touch into a more traditional gaming device. The PowerShell features a Lightning plug and is designed to snugly hold your iGadget.
  • Pros: Built-in battery; comfortable to hold
  • Cons: Limited games
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Xbox One Media Remote

Press-Start
  • Excerpt: The original Xbox 360 launched with a media remote, so it was surprising to say the least that Microsoft decided not to release a Media remote alongside the Xbox One. I found this to be an odd decision due to the fact that Microsoft had hedged their bets on TV and multimedia at their original Xbox...
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Leap Motion Controller

MacWorld
  • Excerpt: The Leap Motion is a tiny USB sensor which sits on your desk, either in front your keyboard or between the keyboard and the monitor. Armed with several cameras and infrared sensors, it tracks your hands as you wave them in front of the screen – letting you control your Mac with a flick of your wrist...
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Saitek Pro Flight Yoke System

PC & Tech Authority
  • Summary: Grab yourself a copy of Microsoft’s Flight Simulator X, and one of these, and you’re about as close as you’ll get to a flight deck at home.
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