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Signal previews RP One gamepad for iOS 7 devices

updated 04:44 pm EST, Tue January 7, 2014

Takes after design of Xbox 360, Xbox One controllers

New manufacturer Signal has announced the RP One, a wireless gamepad for iOS 7 devices. The controller links to an iOS device via Bluetooth, and is modeled after the gamepads for the Xbox 360 and One. That translates into similar handgrips, twin analog sticks, a D-pad, four face buttons, and should triggers.

The RP One is powered by its own 10-hour lithium-ion battery, recharged using a bundled cable. Also bundled is a universal stand, said to be compatible with most cases. The One is due to be released sometime in the first half of 2014, at a price of $100. It's compatible with any device running iOS 7, which extends as far back as the iPhone 4.




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