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RiotPWRMobile Gaming Controller for iOS Xbox Edition


Retail: R2,100

Play almost any console game on your iPhone with the NEW Xbox Edition iOS mobile remote gaming controller. This classic design provides a solid comfortable grip, while the two clickable joysticks, a D-pad and a host of buttons provide enhanced control, this is the first and only MFi controller to feature a dedicated Xbox button, meaning your mobile gaming experience is now as close to console gaming as ever before.

This plug-and-play iOS controller uses a wired Lightning connection for no lag and excellent responsiveness, while pass-through charging keeps the device powered up and, there is a headphone socket so you can plug in your gaming headset for the ultimate gaming experience.

Our affiliate app, Ludu Mapp, features over 1000+ downloadable games, and almost unlimited streaming options via PS Remote Play.

Product Features
  • Console Design: You game on a console with a console controller so why switch to a miniaturized controller? This iPhone game controller is designed for extended gameplay without compromise. That’s worry-free and stress-free gaming in your hands.
  • Goodbye to Latency: As gamers, we do not want to add unnecessary latency caused by Bluetooth connections hence, our controller is directly connected. Our gamepad controller for iPhone has an ergonomic design with removable mobile support post for tactical comfort & agility so that you can show your competitors who is boss!
  • Enjoy remote gaming by mirroring your Xbox onto your phone. Play from anywhere in the world as long as your Xbox is plugged in with an internet connection. Once set up, plug your controller in and play your AAA games like you would on your TV.
  • Take full advantage of the 3.5mm jack and immerse yourself into every game by plugging your headset in.
  • Warranty: 6 Months
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Welcome to the Future

Once upon a time, like back in the late 90s, it was an absolute joy to take your brand new Nokia 3310 to school to show your friends, complete with its unnecessarily sturdy cover. You'd gather in a little circle and see who could get the highest score on Snake. Later, you'd go home and (while supposedly doing your homework) listen to your favourite music on a CD player covered with stickers of Boyzone and Britney. Life was sweet.

Fast-forward to 2024 and that phone and CD player would these days only be taken to school for 'show and tell' in history class. By now, you see, that stuff is hardly considered 'tech', but 'vintage'. You know what is considered tech, though? A lot of the stuff we're running deals on today in the name of Tech Tuesday!