iMpulse mobile game controller is on sale, fits on your keychain
The iMpulse connects to Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth and operates at a distance of up to 100 feet away. It's powered by a lithium-polymer battery, which takes three hours to charge and lasts for nine hours of gaming. You can also play while charging, by plugging the included micro-USB cable in an electrical contact with a charger, or directly in the mobile device.
Besides its obvious gaming capabilities, the controller offers some practical functionality as well. The iMpulse, being a Bluetooth-peripheral, can be used to control Bluetooth-enabled mobile Media Player apps - for example, Spotify and Pandora. It can also act as a camera remote for your smartphone, although Android users will have to download a camera app that uses the volume button + to activate the shutter. Finally, as the controller is small enough be worn on a keychain, a mobile app lets you use it to find your lost keys - assuming they are within the distance of 100 feet. It works by making the controller emit a noise from a small speaker inside its shell.
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iMpulse gaming controller for Android/iOS
2. cripton805 (Posts: 942; Member since: 18 Mar 2012)
I really like it. My only two issues is that they dont sell too many good stands for phones, and why in the world would they charge through mini-usb instead of micro usb???
It's incovenient to chug around with two different type of chargers when youre on the go. When I travel I only charge through my car micro usb charger.
3. marbovo (Posts: 654; Member since: 16 May 2013)
My pulse hurts just looking at the pictures...
4. RandomUsername (Posts: 484; Member since: 29 Oct 2013)
I'd rather have keyboard and mouse support for some mobile games... (GTA)
6. xq10xa (Posts: 131; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
I have this. It just wasn't what I thought it would be. Doesn't work with some games.
7. drhyde (Posts: 2; Member since: 02 Jan 2014)
I have this from the Kickstarter. I did a massively long post about it on my blog.
You'll find it just below my Android 4.4 thoughts.
One correction though Luis D., the controller charges with microUSB, not mini. It also has gamepad support for Android through a firmware update.
9. vanman (Posts: 1; Member since: 19 Mar 2014)
I have it and it works perfectly.
I use it to play Android games and emulators (currently playing the Android port of Another World, as well as Paradroid, and Riptide GP) and NES and PS1 emulators. The keyfinder works every time too. And use it to control video and playing songs with it's media mode.
Well worth the price in my opinion.