dsol wrote: »
The only gamepads or controllers released for iOS devices so far have been kludges using the Bluetooth keyboard spec, using keypresses to represent controller inputs - which has obvious limitations. I'm no fan of Android, but Google added gamepad support eons ago for android. This is long overdue.
ricardo dawkins wrote: »
Nice bezel...looks retarded...all that plastic (and metal) surrounding such puny screen. Get a bigger screen iPhone. Pathetic.
I, for one, am already itching enough to want OS XI and 27-42” touchscreen computers.
suddenly newton wrote: »
A computer with a mouse and keyboard? What is this, the late 80s?
Absolute crap! This is just a Super Famicom controller!
Where is the analog stick? Who the hell really needs a D-pad these days? D-pads where only invented by Nintendo because they took up very little space in a clamshell Game&Watch and later used in the Famicom because toddlers would not break them and hurt their feet when stepping on them, like sticks. Today their role is long past.And the button layout is hopelessly fiddly for a handheld esp. when you have a touchscreen right next to it. Two or three large buttons would be nice. Much better would be a touchpad that doesn't need you to obscure the screen.And also the design is really bland and unapple.At least step up to the challenge and *try* Logitech!