NACON Announces MG-X Designed For Xbox Mobile Gaming
NACON has announced the MG-X, designed for comfortable Xbox mobile gaming on the go or in the comfort of your own home.
Xbox gamers will have the choice of two MG-X controllers, one that resembles the Nintendo Switch and a Pro version which more closely resembles a traditional controller.
The MG-X series is designed to play with comfort and ease when streaming your Xbox Game Pass collection straight to your mobile phone. From September 20th, the MG-X controller will fit Android phones with a screen of up to 6.7 inches.
The MG-X controller will connect wirelessly via Bluetooth and features a rechargeable battery of up to 20 hours of lifetime. It also features a textured grip for extended gameplay sessions, a USB-C input, and a battery status LED indicator.
Pocket all the #Xbox features for the best possible gaming experience with the Xbox Game Pass Ultimate! Carry the MG-X around everywhere to play whenever you want as if you were in the comfort of your own home! 😁🎮
— Nacon (@Nacon) September 1, 2021
Furthermore, later in the year, the MG-X Pro will also be available at retailers. The MG-X Series is available to pre-order now and both have an RRP of £89.90.
Personally, I can’t wait for the MG-X Series controllers. As someone that has to game with special gloves to counter arthritis in my hand, standard mobile gaming isn’t something that I can do. So hopefully I can finally stream my Xbox Game Pass games to my phone and game in comfort.
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Featured Image Credit: NACON