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Moga Mobile Gaming Controller Review

  • Offers a better gaming experience
  • Bluetooth connection makes it universal
  • Affordable
  • Only works on specific games
  • Right analog is a bit stiff
  • Unavoidable weight distribution issues
Our Score 8.5
User Score 0

MOGA Ace Power Review

  • Comfortable form factor mimics the behavior of a…
  • Built-in battery provides extra juice
  • All-analog buttons allow for more complex game…
  • Only compatible with iPhone 5/5S and fifth-gen…
  • Few games supported at launch
  • No option for custom-mapping controls
Our Score 8.5
User Score 8

Moga Pro Review

  • Familiar Xbox-inspired design
  • App-supported games integrate well
  • Rechargeable battery
  • MOGA games only exist on Android devices
  • Niche appeal
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Neo Smartpen N2 Review

  • Easy to handle
  • Captures handwriting really well
  • Stores notes even when your phone isn’t in range…
  • Good variety of file choices
  • Lets you draw and write in several…
  • Requires special paper
  • Drawings don’t have the best fidelity
  • Doesn’t capture light strokes as well
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Wonder Workshop Dash & Dot Review

  • Lots of fun
  • Genuinely educational
  • Easy to get to grips with
  • Group activity
  • Quite expensive
  • Lack of apps
  • Not much content
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Tangible Play Osmo Review

  • Easy to set up
  • Well-designed
  • Educational
  • Family fun
  • iPad only
  • Too expensive
  • A few bugs
Our Score 8
User Score 0

Callpod Chargepod Review

  • Eliminates cable clutter; saves space; charges up…
  • Adapters are extra; a tad bit expensive
Our Score 8
User Score 9

BlackBerry Presenter Review

  • Small, pocketable form factor
  • Sleek boardroom-friendly design
  • Quick, simple setup
  • Automatic scaling for different displays
  • Lags as PowerPoint files load to device
  • No HDMI, DVI or audio output
  • Max 1024 x 768 resolution
  • Price nearly on par with netbook
  • Can’t display any files but PowerPoints
Our Score 8
User Score 0