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The 5 best mobile gaming Controllers and accessories

The 5 best mobile gaming Controllers and accessories

 The 5 best mobile gaming Controllers and accessories

Smartphones have come a long way over the years. They have progressively become better at each and every feature they carry, whether you're talking about audio quality, high-end graphics, or touch-screen responsiveness, and this has also made them pretty interesting gaming machines.

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For this list, I wanted to focus on the five controllers we think are the very best, regardless of the price or form factor. My goal was to have a healthy mix of different sizes, shapes, and layouts. Upon digging in, however, I found that most of the “ultra portable” Bluetooth controllers just aren’t that great.

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Now, you can enjoy a wide variety of smartphone games, starting with the regular mobile games all the way to high graphics-rich racing games. In fact, you can be surprised to discover what your Android device can do, but you must also know of which accessories you should make use of.

5. Moga Pro Power Gamepad

You know that one of the biggest issues with Android is the touchscreen capability, but the Moga Pro Power Gamepad is here to save the day. This controller can easily transform your mobile into a more traditional platform, being both responsive and extremely easy to use.
And if you found yourself lost in a game, but the battery is week, the Power Gamepad has the option to recharge your smartphone when you are gaming, which makes it an even more desirable accessory.

4. BEBONCOOL Controller

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This is a low cost controller that might not match up to some other offerings on this list, but the fact that it’s a simple, no frills controller wins it for me personally. Being light weight, it is extremely portable to carry and doesn’t feel heavy on the hand after prolonged usage. It packs a 350 mAh battery under the hood which should comfortably last up to 7 hours of regular gaming.
While you can use it comfortably on a bigger console, the device is specifically made for smartphone usage. This is why it also comes with a dedicated smartphone mount like the MOGA offering we spoke about above. It comes with the standard set of buttons including a D Pad, trigger buttons, a set of action keys, dual analog sticks, and more. It can also be used with virtual reality headsets like the Gear VR, which has a bunch of games designed for VR.
The overall experience with the controller should be more than decent. It’s made of plastic, so don’t expect the best build quality here. The BEBONCOOL Bluetooth controller will cost you $25.99 on Amazon. It is only available in a combination of Black and Red colors.

3. 8BITDO SNES30 Wireless Bluetooth Controller Dual Classic Joystick

Here’s another product from the Japan-based 8BITDO that we think is pretty cool, especially if you are a long-time gamer, or just one who appreciates some history. The 8BITDO SNES30 Wireless Bluetooth Controller Dual Classic Joystick closely resembles the controller included with the classic Super Nintendo console.
That means you should be able to play ports of these and many other retro games on Android with a familiar control scheme. It includes four action buttons, a select button, a start button, a four-way D-pad and two shoulder trigger buttons, all set in the double circle design of the original Super Nintendo gamepad. It has Bluetooth support for wirelessly connecting to your Android phone or gamepad, along with support for PC, Mac, iOS and even the new Nintendo Switch console.
The controller also comes with a micro USB port for charging up its 480 mAh battery. It is supposed to last up to 18 hours on a single charge. You can get this trip back in time for your Android device at Amazon for the price of $34.99.

2. Google Chromecast Ultra

As the Nintendo Switch might or might not prove, a good mobile gaming machine should do double duty as an at-home platform, too.
Stick a Chromecast in the back of your telly box and, provided your Wi-Fi connection is speedy enough, you’ll get all the fun of mobile games on the big screen. Only a handful of games - such as Angry Birds - support full casting, though there’s always the option of mirroring your screen, if you’re happy to keep the quality low.
Because of its quicker load times the Ultra is probably the Chromecast to opt for, though the cheaper basic model should work, too. Pair that setup with a Bluetooth gamepad and you might as well ditch the PS4.

1. Motorola Pulse 3 Max Wired Headphones with One Touch Amazon Alexa

Motorola Pulse Max Over Ear Wired Headphones combine the studio quality performance you expect with a lightweight design that’s stylish and comfortable. The full size, over ear design and 40mm driver isolate ambient noise while delivering big sound and great bass, and the in-line microphone lets you make and take calls hands-free. Rotate the ear cups and slip the headphones right into your bag for easy, lay-flat travel, and find the headphone that fits your style with multiple colours to choose from. Motorola Pulse 3. Studio quality performance. Lightweight design. Get the latest weather updates & listen to your favorite music on the go with one touch access to Alexa

Super Extra Bass: Enjoy powerful, dynamic sound with punchy bass and clear, natural vocals with the responsive 40mm Neodymium drivers, balanced sound for a complete listening experience from 20 - 20,000 Hz; Feather Light: The sleek, lightweight and compact design makes portability extremely convenient; Snug Fit: The on-ear headphones with swivel earcups offers flexible wearing and a comfortable fit for everyone; Compact and Foldable: Easy to carry, easy to store headphones are engineered for music on the go; In-Line Microphone: The tangle-resistant cable with 3.5mm audio jack comes with a built-in mic and control for calls and playback

By Sujeet Kumar

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