Ever since iOS 7 brought support for gaming controllers, it has been rumored Logitech and MOGA might release their very own iOS 7 compatible gaming controllers. Just yesterday, MOGA Ace Power was announced, which had previously been leaked. Today its Logitech’s turn to out its new controller for iOS devices. Called PowerShell, it looks quite similar to the leaked images we saw a little while back, no major changes are noticeable in the final version. It has a textured d-pad on the left, four physical buttons on the right, a pair of shoulder buttons and a 1,500mAh battery inside which extends the device’s battery life during gameplay.

Logitech PowerShell is only compatible with iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, and the fifth generation iPod touch, the plastic iPhone 5c isn’t supported. The textured soft rubber surface on the console aims to make your lengthy gaming sessions comfortable. Users will have easy access to the phone’s features even when the controller is latched on to it, they’ll be able to snap pictures, make calls, listen to music all while volume buttons, power and sleep button as well as the ring and silent switch remain fully accessible. Available for pre-order from today, the Logitech PowerShell gaming controller costs $99.99.

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