MOGA drops Ace Power Controller price to $80

MOGA drops Ace Power Controller price to $80

All three MFi game controllers designed to work with iOS devices - Logitech's PowerShell, MOGA's Power Controller and Steelseries' Stratus - debuted at $100. But Logitech and Steelseries have already cut the prices on their controllers (to $70 and $80, respectively). Now MOGA is following suit. They've reduced the price of their Ace Power Controller to $79.99, according to MacRumors.

The Ace Power Controller is designed to work with the iPhone 5, 5c, 5s and fifth-generation iPod touch. It locks the device in place and provides dual analog sticks, shoulder buttons, a D-pad and four action buttons. It's compatible with any game or application that makes use of iOS 7's built-in support for MFi game controllers.

Is $80 worth it? Or are the prices still too high for iOS-compatible game controllers? Sound off in the comments!

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MOGA drops Ace Power Controller price to $80


Still too pricy, I can see it being the same price as any other overpriced OEM game controller out there. Yes $40 is too much for a controller, considering you're just changing technology from infrared to Bluetooth (if not changing at all), hell make it the size, that's I want at least.

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This probably have to do with the recent MFi licensing fee changes. Just wish it'd drop down to 50-60$.

I paid $35 for a ps3 controller on Black Friday. I can't see paying for for one of the iOS controllers for much more due to most games are not compatible

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Still too high. I'd pay 40 bucks for it. But I would hope they'd still turn a profit.

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The pricing is getting better.
I still can't help but compare and hold MFi controllers to the same standards I have always had & expect from console & PC controllers.
Perhaps one day I may change...
Nah. I'm too old for that now.

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The first MOGA controller for Android is $30. The MOGA PRO is $40.

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