Following the presentation of the Moga Ace Power game controller yesterday, Logitech officially announced today its new controller, the PowerShell. Like that of Moga, the PowerShell serves as an external 1500mAh battery (against 1800 mAh for the Ace Power) and sells for the same price, or $ 99 (€ 99 for us…).
These two new controllers require iOS 7, Apple having added in this last OS the support of accessories to developers. Logitech uses the Apple MFi standard and has a multidirectional cross, buttons equivalent to the “R1” and “L1” of Playstation as well as the X, Y, B and A buttons.
The PowerShell presentation video:
The new controller PowerShell Logitech will normally be available today on the Apple Store US and the BestBuy site, and through other retailers in December. It weighs 120 grams, measures 200 mm wide x 63 mm high x 21 mm deep and is compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPod Touch 5G on iOS 7.
Find the complete list of games compatible with the Logitech controller here. For more information and to pre-order it, go to this address.