SteelSeries Free Mobile Wireless Controller Review

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SteelSeries Free Android/iOS Bluetooth Gamepad Review

As tablets and smartphones become more and more powerful, on both their CPU and GPU, they are fast becoming key devices for mobile gaming. That doesn’t just mean games such as Angry Birds but traditional console and PC games are being ported too. Sonic being one example FIFA and Max Payne being others. GTA3 too has made the move to mobile platforms with some success. We say some success because there is no way that a game like that can be controlled on touch screen in the same way it is via traditional controller.

Enter the SteelSeries Free, a new bluetooth controller which looks to bring more precise gameplay to Android and iOS devices via Bluetooth… while also being compatible with PC and Mac.


Packaging and Bundle

SteelSeries Free Controller box SteelSeries Free Controller bundle

The SteelSeries Free is packaged in a compact box which gives us a clear view of the controller. Inside is a short manual on how to connect the Free to our portable devices and we also get a sticker, travel pouch and USB cable for charging.

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