Mad Catz is at E3 2014 in Los Angeles, where it has shown Pocket-lint two new products expected to release this year: one is a gaming peripheral, while the other is better suited for mobile device use.

The first product on display at Mad Catz's E3 booth was the CTRLi (stylised C.T.R.L.i) mobile gamepad/controller for iPhones. It looks and basically acts just like the Mad Catz mobile gamepad for Android....only it's white (or our demo unit was), $10 more expensive, and of course is compatible with Apple's iPhone.

This new gamepad from Mad Catz will bring a much-welcomed choice to the iOS gaming controller market that is currently limited to a few devices like the SteelSeries Stratus, Logitech PowerShell, and MOGA Ace Power.

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The CTRLi will connect to any iOS 7 device through Bluetooth and features a spring-loaded mount that fits the iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, and iPhone 5C. It also has console-style controls, which includes a directional pad, two analog sticks, four face buttons, shoulder bumpers, and left and right triggers, and works with any controller-compatible game in the App Store. Example titles include Rayman Fiesta Run, Dead Trigger 2, and Asphalt 8: Airborne.

Mad Catz's iPhone controller requires two AAA batteries and should offer "around 50 hours of power". The peripheral, which is expected to ship in the coming months for $59.99, comes with a removable phone clip that screws on to the top of the controller (allowing you to dock a device). You will also be able to grab the controller in multiple colours, including: white, black, red, blue, and orange. We thought the gamepad looked and felt nice, though we especially liked its ability to plug into a display with a certified adapter from Apple, allowing you to game on the big screen.

And finally, Mad Catz also showed us the STRIKE (stylised S.T.R.I.K.E.) M wireless keyboard. It is compatible with practically any device - including Android, Windows Smart Devices, PC, Mac, and iOS. The company hinted that the keyboard is more for mobile users who'd like to either consolidate control of their Bluetooth-enabled devices or simply use their devices with a larger display. The wireless keyboard offers Bluetooth connectivity, naturally, and a host of media functions as well as backlit keys, tactile feedback, an Optical Finger Navigation sensor, and dedicated mouse buttons.

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The keyboard's pairing button quickens the pairing process and will link up to four accessories. You can then use Mad Catz' peripheral to browse the web or even play touch-based games with the built-in trackpad. It's also an ideal portable office. And you won't have to worry about it dying on you either, because a rechargeable Lithium polymer battery supposedly provides up to 45 hours of moderate use. You can pre-order the keyboard today for $99.99. The gloss black version will ship starting 20 June, with a USB to micro-USB charge cable, device stand, and travel case.

We thought the STRIKE M wireless keyboard was a neat gadget that hardcore mobile device users would certainly love. The price is admittedly a little steep, but it also seems like you'll get a lot of bang for your buck. Check out the gallery below for more images.