Popular accessory maker PowerA has announced the MOGA XP7-X Plus, which is a mobile gaming and PC controller designed specifically to "extend and expand the Game Pass Ultimate experience on Mobile and PC platforms."
The controller, which is available to purchase now, features an integrated charge-while-you-play wireless power bank, two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons, and even a detachable playstand for Tabletop mode.
Here are some key features:
- 2 Ways to Play: Choose from Handheld Mode with your Phone securely clamped into the controller, or play in Tabletop Mode with the included phone stand
- Connect via Bluetooth wireless or USB wired mode
- Improve your reaction time with two mappable Advanced Gaming Buttons you can program on-the-fly
- Integrated 2000mAh power bank and charging pad lets you wirelessly charge your device while you play
- Telescoping center fits devices up to 7.13” (181.1mm)
- Officially licensed by Xbox, includes a 2-year limited warranty
You can check out some more images below, along with an official description of the device:
Introducing the future of gaming. The feature-packed MOGA XP7-X Plus Bluetooth Controller gives you the power to play games on Android mobile and tablet devices, as well as PC, with maximum comfort and precise control. Play stronger, play longer and control the game—all with the MOGA XP7-X Plus.
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This would be a great 2nd controller if it would connect to an actual xbox. Missed opportunity :-/
Looks eerily similar to the Split Pad Pro controller for Switch.
I've found Xbox cloud gaming works OK on my PC, but was a miserable experience on my smartphone, as expected.
I'm still waiting for somebody to just make a "cheap android tablet with a controller", Switch/Vita style, to be used with XCloud. Using your real phone is all fine and good, but isn't always utilitarian, and the screens aren't really ideal. They're small, but also have wasted space due to the aspect ratio being far longer than 16:9. The phone itself is the weak link.
Well, that, and lack of quick resume on cloud gaming is a pain, along with "a lot of people are playing, wait time is appx 3 minutes" becoming more common. I prefer streaming from my XSS, but Quick resume often crashing is an issue, and I've also run into problems with remote turn on for the console just not working sometimes until I go and physically turn it on first. It'll be fine a dozen times over 4 days, and then one time I do it and it just won't start remotely, I need to turn it on locally first to "kick it" back to listening.
I got the game clip 2.0 for the Xbox controller & while it works it just isn't comfortable to game with. I REALLY like the razer kishi design which is similar to this, that being said I recently got a Samsung Galaxy tab S6 lite Android tablet that has become my favorite device to play gamepass games on the go with. It's got a beautiful 10.1inch 2000×1200 HD+ display that makes games look gorgeous especially considering it's Soo much nicer to play on a 10.1inch display vs. a 6inch display because I can actually see what's going on lol.
does anyone know of a company that makes a device similar to this or the razer kishi that'd fit a 10.1inch tablet? I've seen pictures of them on Google, I've also seen one company that makes one strictly for iPad but I would LOVE a device similar to this that'd essentially turn my tablet into an oversized Xbox game pass switch hybrid device lol thanks in advance, happy gaming ✌️
What kinda phone do you use when you use Xcloud on your phone? I have had such good experiences the handful of times I have played Xcloud on my 1+8 phone. It has 120fps, and if their is lag, I cant notice it... Even playing MLB The Show. N if their was lag on a baseball game, it wouldnt be playable. I do have Gigabyte internet though not sure if you do too.
@Stoned_Patrol Moto G9 Power. Not the most advanced phone on the market, but I got it primarily for the large screen and AMAZING battery life.
I haven't had issues streaming music or video on it, but xcloud kept flickering and going unresponsive.
Weird I really havent had any problems at all since they went to the Series Console server upgrade
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