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Last year, peripheral maker Power A introduced the Android-gaming world to the MOGA controller system with a pocket-sized game pad with a clip for holding your phone. It's a nifty little device, but the game support wasn't quite as expansive as I'd like. Today Power A releases the MOGA Pro, a console-sized game pad with a clip for holding your phone and a stand for holding up your tablet.


Due out October 21, PowerA's MOGA Android game controller system has caught the eye of plenty of mobile developers. But it also has the attention of retailers, with more that 7000 stores in the US prepared to carry the $US49.99 device come launch day. Who would have thought it would be showing up at Toys 'R' Us?