Almost worn through the Gorilla Glass fascia of your iDevice? Peripherals maker iFrogz unveiled the Caliber Advantage, a mobile game controller for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Designed as a latch-on accessory that keeps its shape even as you switch between portrait and landscape orientations of your device, the controller gives you two analog thumb-sticks, a D-pad, four action buttons, and two paddles. The device needs an software from the App Store to run in the background, which interfaces the controller to the game. To help optimize games for it, iFrogz rolled out an SDK, which big-ticket developers like Unreal promised to implement in their iOS version of the Unreal Engine 3. It is priced at $70.
|Topics||iFrogz, ZAGG, iPhone, iPod Touch, Caliber Advantage|