If you like gaming on the go but don’t like the onscreen controls, here’s a solution for you – the iMpulse gaming controller which is small enough to fit onto a keychain, but functional enough for you to get some gaming done. Put together by Black Power Media, the iMpulse is currently a Kickstarter project seeking funding so if the idea of being able to bring a gaming controller with you wherever you go while fitting into the pockets of your pants, you can head on over to its Kickstarter page to pledge a donation where a pledge of $30 will net you the controller upon its successful funding and release.
So, what will you get for your $30? Well for starters you will be getting a Bluetooth gaming controller that comes with four buttons and a control pad, which can be used to play supported iOS and Android games. It is also ambidextrous which means gamers who are a lefty or righty should have no problems using it. To top it all off, given that it can be used as a keychain, an alarm can be activated via an accompanying app that will help you locate your keys in the event that you’ve misplaced them. For those more into multiplayer gaming, two of the iMpulse controllers can be used at the same time, so multiplayer gaming on the go is feasible (assuming the game is supported, of course). Sounds pretty good! Anyone planning on pledging a donation to make the iMpulse become a reality?
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