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The latest portable game controller entry from MOGA is almost here. TouchArcade was able to grab a video preview of the Ace Power for iOS 7 devices after it was briefly posted to YouTube. The gaming accessory takes advantage of built-in support for game controllers found in Apple's most recent mobile operating system.
The device has a portable design that fits around the iPhone, adding a directional pad, two analog sticks, four action buttons and R1/R2 and L1/L2 buttons for console-like gameplay. MOGA Boost Technology means there's a rechargeable 1800 mAh battery inside the controller to increase battery life.
The MOGA Ace Power docks directly to the iPhone via Lightning connector, and collapses into a more portable shape when not in use.While no release date has been leaked, the MOGA Ace Power is expected to hit shelves ahead of the holiday season sometime in November. Word on the street is that pricing for the Ace Power will be set at $99. While this is similar to the cost of other iPhone battery cases, how many of those will convert the iPhone into a full-fledged mobile gaming device?