As a side note, I am waiting to hear more reviews on the Amazon TV device, but am considering purchasing it if it seems worth the price. It's my understanding that it will or does support bluetooth controllers in addition to the official Amazon controller. Since this purchase may be a possibility, I'd also have the hope that I'd possibly be able to use the same game controller with the Amazon TV as I do with my Nexus. Any advice would be great appreciated.
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I'm in the market to purchase a bluetooth controller that will be compatible with the 7 and from my research these two controllers seem to be the most discussed options. I am rooted and do not plan on mounting it to the Nexus. While I am used to the design of an Xbox 360 controller and the Moga is most similar to that design, I have read that the build quality is not quite as good as the ps3 controller. Being rooted, I am aware that both controllers can play an equal amount of games. Or that's my understanding anyway. I owned a different Moga over a year ago and used it with my rooted Razr M and it worked with any game that supported a controller with the use of root and a separate app I downloaded from the Play Store. It looks as if the Moga costs a bit more than a PS3 controller. But it also looks like I'll have to spend a few bucks on an adapter cable to initially set up the PS3 controller. So I'm at a bit of a crossroads. I understand it's going to come down to personal taste, but I was wondering if there was anything I'm missing here that maybe some of you could enlighten me about with pros or cons.