If you constantly finding it difficult to always slip and slide your way on your tab, you are not alone. Some gamers are used to holding a joystick in their hands and prefer to keep things simple. However, carrying your joystick around in your pocket isn’t quite such a great idea considering the fact that most of them are bulky.
What would it mean to you if there was a small joystick-like thing which is only slightly larger than your car remote control that you can hook up to your phone or tablet via Bluetooth when you play your favorite games? Some would jump at the chance to get it, I am sure.
Such a controller has come into existence, actually and according to the news feed, they are saying that the Impulse Controller (that is the name of the product) can be used across the iOS and Android platforms.
I personally find my hands (including elbows and wrists) in pain after playing a game on my reasonably-large tablet; so, I am sure if there was a way I could just get the controller, it would be amazing. It doesn’t, however, work for all games. But explore your options and have a look around. The battery of the controller is rechargeable and can be used, if fully charged, for full ten hours. What I think is really great about the ‘keychain’ is that there is a device built into the system that can help you find your keys when it is misplaced. In fact, the product can also work on non-game apps and control media files and help you work your way around your mobile phone if the screen is too small for you to slip and slide your finger across it properly.
Check out the following video to find out how the controller works.
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