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I can see your point about controller popularity. It also seems a little silly to attach the two, considering that's kinda what the Shield Portable is.

Originally Posted by giorgio79 View Post

Thanks! Yeah the naming is tricky. Utor is a latin word meaning "to fetch / to enjoy", and I kind a liked it. Otherwise, yes UtorCase is more of a bracket.

I have some requests for the Shield Controller, so I am currently looking at it. I would like to see the Shield controller getting some traction, but given the Shield tablet is compatible with PS4 and X1 or X360 controllers I am unsure that will happen.
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IPEGA PG 9023 - deadzones for the analog sticks tests are my videos
- no problem for me ,I prefer D-Pad + touch mouse pointer on my tablet Toshiba Encore with Windows 8.1 32bit

if I can still here a small sample of gaming:
according to me better than NVidia shield? None streaming and long battery life

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here is a video from nielo, reviewing the Ipega9023
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