Cell phones have long ceased to be simply mobile. Now they are portable offices, more or less professional cameras and meeting places for those who cannot see each other in person because they are far from each other. And of course, they are also video game consolesWe don’t want to leave this functionality behind.
An increasingly exploited feature, it must be said, and thanks to it was born the niche of “mobile games”, which can be found in almost all catalogs on the market today. Now, Realme offers to “ play ” any phone with three accessories
Controller, fan and finger guard
During the launch of the new Realme Narzo 30, which also brought with them the Realme Buds Air 2, the Chinese firm introduced three new accessories focused on those who squeeze cellphones to play. The first is a dockable remote control for mobile phones, a “Mobile Game Controller” which imitates the Joycons of the Nintendo Switch.
This ‘realme Mobile Game Controller’ offers triggers, configurable buttons and a battery that allows up to 80 hours of play. The controller features CapAir technology to make buttons and triggers smoother and offers super fast response to reduce latency when playing games. With 5 minutes of charging, we can play for up to 10 hours, and its introductory price is 999 Indian rupees, around 11.30 dollars at the current exchange rate.
The second accessory presented is called ‘Cooling rear clip ‘, a fan that can be connected via the phone’s USB port and is attached to the back, offering to reduce the temperature of phones from 53 ° C to 25 ° C. It does so thanks to seven blades and a semiconductor chip to dissipate any excess heat. In addition, it has RGB lighting and with its 51 grams of weight it can be bought for 1,799 rupees, around 20.50 dollars.
Finally, Realme presented some finger covers, as is. He called them ‘Movable gaming sleeves and have integrated silver electrical fibers to improve conductivity when touching the screen, making interactions faster and more precise. The price for each of these “ finger sleeves ” is 129 rupees, or about 1.5 dollars per finger, and will be available for purchase on March 4.
Via | Gizmochina