GameKlip Brings DualShock 3 to Android Phones

Ever wish you could use a traditional console controller with your Android phone? Now you can, thanks to the GameKlip. This accessory allows you to use a PlayStation DualShock 3 controller with select Android phones. A wireless version is available for $15, while the wired version costs $23. Currently supported phones include:

  • HTC One X
  • HTC Evo 4G LTE
  • Samsung Galaxy S III
  • Samsung Galaxy S II
  • Samsung Galaxy Note
  • Samsung Galaxy Nexus

The GameKlip is the creation of Ryan French, who makes and sells these accessories out of Seattle, WA. It’s cool that one guy is tackling an obvious problem with an obvious solution (for some mobile phone users, anyway). French isn’t stopping with this model of the GameKlip. He plans on releasing a variant that supports the Xbox 360 controller, as well as a model designed for tablets.

Any of you interested in picking up the GameKlip?

Author: RPadTV

2 thoughts on “GameKlip Brings DualShock 3 to Android Phones”

  1. I have been using the Sixaxis Controller app for months. Its Bluetooth so all phones that support Bluetooth should work. It even lets you software configure buttons on the screen for games that are touch screen only.

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