Motorola extends its Moto Mods range of gaming controller. The module is well priced and has a chance for sales success. What will Moto Gamepad offer?
Not so long ago Motorola has announced the names and price indications of the new modules within the Moto Mods range. One of the most interesting, just a little less physical Moto keyboard, is a module offering a game controller. The solution looks a bit like the Nintendo SwitchThe smartphone connection obviously takes place with a pin connector on the back of the device, so only Motorola phones are not compatible with the controller. At the moment there are Lenovo Moto Z, Moto Z Play, Moto Z Play 2 and Motorola Moto Z2 Force. The module offers an additional, built-in battery provided by the manufacturer to provide 8 hours of additional entertainment. The built-in rechargeable battery has a 1035 mAh battery, so I'm not entirely sure I can squeeze it. Earlier reports indicated that the price would be at 89 euros. Verizon's price is $ 79 , so it's slightly lower, though we do not know how much and when the module will go to Europe. Personally, I think Motorola has done a pretty good job with the modules. When last year they presented Moto Mods, I thought it was a one-off jump that no one would be interested in, as was the case with LG. Apparently, however, I was wrong, because Motorola does not stop and releases new modules that are tailored to the attention of users. Especially interesting is the module with an additional, physical QWERTY keyboard. Such smartphones we have not seen a long time ago, and after all, the company was known for this type of device, for example, use here Motorola Milestone. What do you think of this approach to the portable console? Have you ever tried a similar piece of art that has tried Sony with its Xperia Play model, without any success, or will Motorola go better? Source: Verizon