104[CES 2013] PowerA is upping the ante by launching a console-style MOGA Pro controller. In case you missed it, PowerA has previously released a $50 Bluetooth gaming controller for Android last year which was pretty impressive. Today at CES 2013, the company is launching the MOGA Pro, a full-featured mobile game controller that transforms your Android into a mobile gaming system and brings a familiarity console gamers will appreciate. The MOGA Pro features a full-sized console-style grips, dual analog sticks, four action buttons, a classic directional pad, two shoulder buttons, two shoulder triggers, rechargeable batteries, USB charging cord and a stand.

Gamers will also love the fact that the MOGA Pro also supports Bluetooth syncing with Android phones and tablets. The MOGA Pro supports mobile devices up to 3.2 inches wide. PowerA says that the MOGA Pro will be available in Spring. Pricing has yet to be announced. “The response to our MOGA pocket-sized controller from Android gamers has been fantastic, and we’re now excited to give mobile gamers true, console-style control with MOGA Pro,” said Eric Bensussen, President of PowerA. “Now more than ever, mobile gamers will feel at home with a traditional controller while playing the huge variety of games available on the MOGA Mobile Gaming System.”

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