Transform Your iPhone Into A Complete Gaming System With The BladePad Utility [VIDEO]

To start transforming your device you have to know about detachable BladePad, is a thinner in style gamepad for iPhone, and not only that it comes with a dual joysticks, dual bumpers and a detachable protective case. To transform or turn your iPhone 4S/4 in to a fully loaded gaming system, then you have to read the details below.

Apple’s iPhone offers a high-profile amount of functionality for what is essentially a phone is. With over six hundred million additional apps available for it in the official iTunes App Store, for making it extremely functional and powerful mobile ever. The iOS experience part is the ability to play some great games on the device, but with a smaller screen and with two hands isn’t perfectly. Angry Birds is a single handed gameplay, but when you want to play Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombie, like games you will need to play it with two hands, which ins’t perfect anyhow. but that experience might be about to get better with the BladePad Kickstarter project.

The BladePad is a physical device that comes connected to an iPhone case allowing the user to seamlessly slip the phone into. The actual device itself has the built-in ability to enhance the iOS experience by connecting it via Bluetooth and offering an engaging gaming experience with the inclusion of two joysticks, double bumpers and aforementioned protective case that can be detached from the pad itself. When the iPhone fixed into a protective external case, the GamePad easily slides out from underneath it to function as an handled portable gaming console, like Nintendo’s Wii U.

Supporting the BladePad Kickstarter project is an extremely cheap way to maximize the gaming potential of the iPhone. Mobile smartphones are fastest gaining regarding for being an extremely functiaonal and powerful gaming iOS devices. Included features settled with two analog sticks for control of the in-game character or object as well as a full console controller button layout, consisting of a four-way D-pad, ABX and Y buttons, Start, Select and the expected L1, L2, R1 and R2 options.

How it works:

Connect Bladepad to your iPhone via Bluetooth. Place your iPhone in the protective case and the gamepad slides out beneath your phone. When you are done playing, the gamepad slides back in place under your phone. The connection between the iPhone and the GamePad is made via the included Bluetooth radio that utilizes Bluetooth 4.0 for an extra low power energy connection. If you don’t want the gamepad attached, you can easily remove the gamepad from the protective case by sliding the gamepad off via a track along the sides of the case. The protective case stays attached to your phone.

– Dual Analog Sticks
– Full Console Controller Button Layout (D-pad, ABXY buttons, Start, Select, L1, L2, R1, R2)
– Full Back-Lighting (D-pad, Analogs sticks, ABXY buttons) that can be turned on or off during gameplay
– Premium Protective Case, which features a completely smooth back (no awkward bumps or raises)
– Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy Connection
– Micro USB Charging Port
– Dual Charging Cable; Charge both your iPhone and Bladepad at the same time! (Plug the standard USB end into a power source and the other end of the cord splits into a standard 30 pin charger for your iPhone and a micro USB for Bladepad)

The Bladepad development team have set their Kickstarter target to $55,000, $1,240 of which has been achieved, with twenty four days left to go. You can pledge $59 to get one of the first units.