Gaming Controllers Stories January 11, 2016

The NES30 mimics the style of the classic Nintendo controller, but adds Bluetooth connectivity and dual joysticks for playing nicely with the latest titles. 9to5Toys Specials has it now for $37.

The controller is compatible with Windows, OS X, Android, and iOS (via the iCade app). You can also connect it to your Wii, and use it with platforms such as Baidu and KO Gaming City. The basic layout of the controls is identical to that of the original Nintendo peripheral, with the addition of compact joysticks, double shoulder buttons, and the curves of the SNES controller. The NES30 has its own CPU, drastically reducing lag, and it can be upgraded with firmware updates. It charges via USB — another input option — and at just 0.59 inches thick, it is incredibly portable. The controller comes with a key ring holder, and it ships internationally.

Grab the NES30 Pro Bluetooth Game Controller now to save 26% on the MSRP.

Gaming Controllers Stories October 26, 2015

Update (1/11 2:00pm): With the release of tvOS 9.2, Apple has officially added support for Bluetooth Keyboards on Apple TV. You’ll find our top-picks below.

The new Apple TV is now available for pre-orders with the first units set to ship on Friday. Apple has introduced a number of features to its new streaming device, including an App Store, a fresh remote with Siri built-in, universal search and support for MFi gaming controllers. However, the fourth generation Apple TV is pretty light on included accessories. It doesn’t even come with an HDMI cable.

Head below for all the must-have controllers, add-ons and accessories to take full advantage of Apple’s latest release.

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