A new second version of popular iControlPad — a device that lets users play games on their smartphones with a physical gamepad — has been revealed and is available for purchase. Dubbed iControlPad2, this is a new open source controller that brings a full five-row keyboard along with two analog sticks, shoulder buttons, and a directional pad.
Compatible with Android and iOS operating systems, the new iCP2 can be connected to any device via Bluetooth, just its predecessor. Moreover, it can also be used to interface with a computer, set-top TV box, or hobby projects that involve robotics or remote controls.
Reasonably priced for $69 over at Kickstarter, the device can be found here for your locking pleasure. Meanwhile, the video below is worth at look regards what the new iCP2 has to offer.