Full-sized iOS 7 Bluetooth gaming controller, Signal, announced by RP One at CES

When Apple added Bluetooth controller support to iOS 7 we knew it would mean a sudden influx of gaming controllers. With the Logitech PowerShell, SteelSeries Stratus and Moga we've had plenty - but none that offers full-sized controls.

Signal by RP One looks a lot like a minimalist version of an Xbox 360 controller - so you know it will feel comfortable immediately. This also means it comes with dual analogue sticks, a D-pad, four thumb buttons, and four shoulder buttons. All with a matte silver finish to match most iPads and iPhones.

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The RP One Signal will use Bluetooth to connect to your iPad or iPhone and it's meant to give you 10 hours on a charge. So far, so excellent. The problem is this thing will set you back $99 (£62). While that is a lot, it will mean playing GTA or Max Payne suddenly becomes as immersive as a console, without your hands blocking and smudging screen controls.

Signal says the RP One will be available in the first half of 2014. 



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