Create music on the go with this wireless controller which works in conjunction with MIDI music sequencing software on Macs or iOS devices. It has 8 pads, 15 buttons, a touch fader, and a 3D motion sensor, and is the same width and height as an iPhone 6 Plus or 7 Plus.
Mad Catz’ modular new entry-level mouse has three parts: the chassis, the palm rest and the sensor module, i.e. the actual mouse. You can take just the sensor module with you if you want a compact mouse, and soon you’ll be able to 3D print custom palm rests.
A pressure-sensitive multi-touchpad. Using a variety of overlays you can turn Morph into a keyboard, a graphics tablet, a music controller and more. When it launches you’ll be able to design ready-to-print custom overlays.
A keychain-sized gadget packed with features. The iMpulse controller works with iOS and Android devices. It can be used as a gamepad, a media controller and a locator for your keys. Available in plastic and brushed metal cases.
An in-depth look at how the new controller keeps the best of the Xbox 360’s along with numerous refinements, such as improved grip, rumble triggers, internal batteries, Kinect integration, and the ability to go wired for precision FPSing.
It has 6 extra buttons, 2 at the shoulders and 2 switches at the back. Map commands from the face buttons to the extra ones and you never have to take your hands off the analog sticks.
Kitschy name aside, the PhoneJoy Play is a very promising gamepad. It uses Bluetooth, has a variety of control modes and expandable form making it compatible with iOS, Android and PCs.
It’s slimmer, lighter and greener than the stock Xbox 360 controller because of its built-in rechargeable battery. You can also just order the kit and install it on an existing controller.
Designed to make Angry Birds much more playable on computers, this force-feedback USB controller is the perfect slingshot launcher for birds, and the miniature TNT “button” is priceless.
Maker of custom controllers for the Xbox 360 and PS3. Their range of customizations include both the practical and aesthetic, from modified thumb sticks and buttons to all kinds of paint jobs.
This clever kit lets you turn everyday objects or drawings into working buttons or keyboards for controlling games and other software. As shown in the video, you can even play with your banana.
A Bluetooth gaming controller that works with Android, iOS or WinMo to return tactile control to touchscreen devices. No word yet on game compatibility, but it will look good playing them.
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