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C.T.R.L.r Mobile Gamepad now available for pre-order with an April release date?

12th March 2014, 08:09 PM |#1  
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Is the controller that came packaged with the MOJO updateable to support BT2.2 without using a dongle? Will the MOJO be sold without the controller (with appropriate discount)?
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12th March 2014, 11:56 PM |#2  
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http://store.madcatz.com/brands/mad-...C-and-Mac.html

How many of these can the MOJO support?
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How many of these can the MOJO support?

That's an excellent question as well! If the answer is one, is the limitation due to hardware or software? If software, who's working on the multiple controller support app?
13th March 2014, 01:16 AM |#4  
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That's an excellent question as well! If the answer is one, is the limitation due to hardware or software? If software, who's working on the multiple controller support app?

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Hahaha, I doubt it's one.. it would be at least 4,
I think the bottle neck would be the bluetooth HID interface, which I'm guessing is 8 to 16 devices.
13th March 2014, 02:33 PM |#5  
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It has both BT classic and 4.
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Future-proof Via Dual-mode Bluetooth 4.0 Module

A first for gaming peripherals, this version C.T.R.L.R employs a premium dual-mode Bluetooth 4.0 chip to ensure power-efficient compatibility with current Bluetooth Classic devices. Courtesy of a USB to Micro-USB port, firmware updates will help ensure compatibility with upcoming Bluetooth Low Energy devices.

Apart from that and the red logo, are there any differences to MOJO's ctrlr?
Good to see the mapping app to!
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It has both BT classic and 4.

Apart from that and the red logo, are there any differences to MOJO's ctrlr?
Good to see the mapping app to!

The documentation I've been able to find leads me to believe that is the only difference. From a financial perspective, there certainly doesn't seem to be any cost advantage in maintaining two different SKU's (a stand-alone CTRLr and a different model packaged with MOJO). In fact, the opposite would logically be the case.
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