PowerA’s New Mobile Game Controller Now Available9to5Toys

Today PowerA launches its new mobile game controller known as MOGA XP7-X Plus. Joining the MOGA XP5-X Plus Bluetooth controller, the brand’s XP5-A model, and the MOGA Mobile Gaming Clip 2.0 for Xbox controllers, the new MOGA XP7-X Plus features a wraparound design that resembles the previous generation Razer La Kishi variant and the latest Android model which was just launched earlier this month. The new controller is available for purchase now with a mid-July ship date. Head below for a closer look at the new PowerA MOGA XP7-X Plus mobile gaming controller.

PowerA’s new MOGA XP7-X Plus mobile game controller

PowerA’s MOGA XP7-X Plus mobile game controller is designed for use with cloud- and controller-enabled titles – the company specifically mentions Xbox Game Pass in today’s press release and there’s a Xbox logo right on the front of the new gamepad – on Android and Windows 10/11. It extends from the middle outward to flank your mobile device with two-handed control, much like the Razer Kishi. The telescopic center works with devices up to 7.13 inches, according to PowerA, but it can also support a Tabletop mode with a phone holder included in the package.

True to PowerA’s “Play Your Way” mantra, the MOGA XP7-X Plus boasts an ergonomic design, allowing users to comfortably game while gaming in one of two ways. Handheld Mode puts a cinematic gaming experience in the hands of users… In Tabletop Mode, a neatly integrated gaming stand that supports phones and tablets allows users to sit and game anywhere.

The new mobile game controller also offers “a wireless power bank that charges while you play” with a 2000mAh rechargeable battery that keeps you in the action while it recharges “at the press of a button. switch”.

You’ll find the usual set of face buttons, shoulder triggers, a D-pad, and thumbsticks here, but it also sports a pair of those advanced mappable gaming buttons that the company has included on its licensed controllers ever since. some time. The MOGA XP7-X Plus allows users to “effortlessly program every advanced gaming button on the back of the XP7-X Plus on the fly, even mid-game”, to do, presumably, just about anything you want.

PowerA’s new MOGA XP7-X Plus mobile gaming controller is available to buy now at $99.99 – at the same price as the new V2 Razer Kishi model – with an expected delivery date of July 12, 2022.

The 9to5Toys take:

The new MOGA XP7-X Plus mobile game controller seems like a compelling solution for Android gamers who regularly get into Xbox cloud gaming on the go. It features what appears to be a more familiar form factor on the actual controller (compared to the competition) with the kind of winged grips. The addition of Tabletop mode and the included smartphone holder is also a nice touch.


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