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Pimp your iPad with an Analog Joystick

Posted on Tuesday, January 4 @ 10:51:55 PST by
Sick and tired of using those virtual joysticks to control games on your iPad? Are your greasy gamer fingers getting that screen too dirty to see? Fried chicken for dinner? Let me have a piece of that.

Anyway, Ten 1 has crafted an analog stick that suction cups onto your iPad. All those beautiful games with clumsy virtual sticks will now bend to your every whim.

Ten 1's "Fling" joystick accessory allows you to "stop worrying about the controls and take your skills to the next level."

Miss your console? Fling gives you the feel of an analog joystick, so your iPad games feel even more immersive. When the screen illuminates, Fling melts away and becomes invisible, so you'll never miss any action on the screen.

I can't imagine the Fling would add that much to your gaming experience on the iPad, but I do know one thing. I hate virtual joysticks.

Here's a video of Ten 1's Fling in action:


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