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MOGA Pro Power $30 off at Target.com (Online only, in-store pickup available)

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Last Edited by widgit February 14, 2014 at 10:58 PM
As the title states, the newer MOGA Pro Power is on sale at Target.com for $30 off ($79.99-$30=$49.99). This is for online orders only. However, in-store pickup is available. I can confirm that in-store price is still $80, but I did in-store pickup without any problems. Qualifies for free shipping for orders over $50.

This makes the Pro Power cheaper than the "budget model" Hero Power version.

http://www.target.com/p/moga-pro-...&term=moga

EDIT: Just to be clear, this is the version with a 2200mah battery that also charges your phone while in use.

UPDATE: Looks like Amazon dropped their price very recently from $79.99 down to $55 to try to price match. Another option for people.

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#16
Doesn't the ps3 controller need a PC to be registered first? So I'll have to carry my PC everywhere I go.
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#17
great deal!thanks
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#18
well, i prefer to buy this on amazon
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#19
Adding any controller to any android device is just to complex. Google needs to just come out with a controller so what game devs and device manufactures can work off of that.
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Quote from jvanlathanith View Post :
I just bought a $4 micro usb to mini usb cord to connect to one of my old ps3 controllers. The case on my Nexus 7 already has a stand so it this solution works well for me.
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I have this and it's a item I use rarely. It comes with a leather case that you can throw in your backpack. I have a Galaxy S3 and it fits somewhat centered. I had to position the phone off center because of the buttons on the side of the phone would get pressed if it was centered. The games it works for are on the Moga webpage. They aren't that great. There are a few well designed games there but they get boring fast. Look over the Moga webpage first and see if the games are worth it before buying the controller. Also, they make a larger controller for a few dollars more. It's a better designed controller. This one is small for people with large hands.
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Quote from sounreal View Post :
Adding any controller to any android device is just to complex. Google needs to just come out with a controller so what game devs and device manufactures can work off of that.
There's nothing complex about this controller. You clip your cellphone onto it, make sure your Bluetooth is activated and then play the stupid game using the controller instead of the cellphone screen. If that's too difficult for you....
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Quote from sometimes_steve View Post :
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Look up universal micro OTG on ebay and look for lowest buy it now price, there are a few options to choose from.

As mentioned above, you can definitely link the ps3 controller via bluetooth, but I chose not to root my device, just an alternative for others who have not either.
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Quote from Wicasawakan View Post :
I have this and it's a item I use rarely. It comes with a leather case that you can throw in your backpack. I have a Galaxy S3 and it fits somewhat centered. I had to position the phone off center because of the buttons on the side of the phone would get pressed if it was centered. The games it works for are on the Moga webpage. They aren't that great. There are a few well designed games there but they get boring fast. Look over the Moga webpage first and see if the games are worth it before buying the controller. Also, they make a larger controller for a few dollars more. It's a better designed controller. This one is small for people with large hands.

The only one with the case is the Pocket, the newer Hero doesn't come with it and both Pros have a tablet stand instead.

They remade the Pocket into the Hero Power and the larger Pro into the Pro Power. The 3 other than the pocket are not limited to the games listed on their site, they work with most games that support other controllers too.
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Quote from sounreal View Post :
Adding any controller to any android device is just to complex. Google needs to just come out with a controller so what game devs and device manufactures can work off of that.
Complex lol. Didn't know turning on Bluetooth was that difficult.

Quote from Ace42 View Post :
Doesn't the ps3 controller need a PC to be registered first? So I'll have to carry my PC everywhere I go.
No...
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#26
Google really needs to make a standard for these type of controller for everyone to follow
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Quote from IamPro View Post :
If you are rooted, just get Sixaxis Controller app and a PS3 controller.. best option by far imo
this MOGA PRO is the best Android controller IMO...alot of games work right out of the box with this controller too
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Quote from XeoNoX View Post :
this MOGA PRO is the best Android controller IMO...alot of games work right out of the box with this controller too
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pWdd6_ZxX8c
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