“Gamevice – the only Apple approved, Lightning connected game controller for latency free gameplay”
With the release of Apple’s 9.7-inch iPad Pro, Gamevice, makers of the only the only Apple approved, Lightning-connected game controller built for latency free gameplay, will be launching a new controller for iPad (the new device will support iPad Air, iPad Air 2 and iPad Pro 9.7). The iPad controller will available in April in the United States, while the iPad Pro version (which supports iPad Pro 12.3) will launch in sometime in the second quarter of 2016.
The iPad Pro is potentially a very strong mobile gaming platform, with more graphics processing power than the Xbox 360. Gamevice hopes that by adding ergonomic controls to the iPad Pro 9.7 and 12.3 it will improve the experience enough to make it the ultimate handheld gaming console. Thanks to its connection via a lightning port, this new controller delivers a zero-latency experience to any optimized game.
“Gamevice for iPad Pro has been optimized to make gaming with the 12.3-inch screen comfortable to hold whilst playing – something that’s hard to do with the iPad 12.3-inch version, without the Gamevice attached.”
There are currently more than 800 controller-supported games on iOS, which could make the Gamevice a must-have accessory for game lovers. Some of the iOS games to support Gamevice include:
- FIFA 16
- Minecraft: Pocket Edition
- Final Fantasy VII
- NBA2K 16
- Grand Theft Auto-Liberty City
- Minecraft Episodes
The Gamevice 2016 product lineup, including prices, is as follows:
- Gamevice controller for iPad Mini: supporting Mini 2, 3 and 4 ($99.95)
- Gamevice controller for iPhone: supporting iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6S Plus ($99.95)
- Gamevice controller for iPad: supporting iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro 9.7 ($99.95)
- Spring 2016: Gamevice controller for iPad Pro: supporting iPad Pro 12.3 ($99.95)
Anyone who plays games on an iPad, or really any iOS device, owes it to themselves to consider picking up one of these awesome accessories. For more information be sure to check out the company’s official website, which can be found here, or check it out on the Apple Store
Let us know in the comments if you have experience with a Gamevice controller, or if you have any questions or concerns. As always, for other news about exciting new technology be sure to check out the rest of The Nerd Stash.
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