The Top Gadgets All Mobile Gamers Want and Need

iPhone gadgets to turn your phone into a lean mean mobile gaming machine?
Why not use these gadgets to turn your phone into a lean mean mobile gaming machine?

With virtually a third of the global populace playing one type of mobile game or another in 2019, it’s clear to see that the worries of mobile phones being too fiddly to warrant playing serious games on has been well and truly debunked.

Now, whether you wish to play puzzles, platformers or the latest online battle royale, the chances are that a relatively up-to-date handset can handle all the demands that the game in question asks of it.

However, sometimes in order to get really good at a game, or to defeat that end of level boss that has had your number for days, you need a little help. That is where these great mobile gaming gadgets come in handy, each and every one helping you become the mobile gaming wizard you always dreamed of being.

Turn Your Phone into a Fully Functioning Controller

These days there is no need to go splashing out on an expensive specialist handheld gaming device like the Nintendo Switch. Of course, the Switch is still an awesome console, but rival companies have long been battling to create devices that can turn your phone into something almost exactly akin to the Switch.

These so-called game controller adapters allow you to snap your phone into place easily. They offer everything from special trigger buttons to cooling fans that make sure your phone does not overheat.

This way, whether you are spinning reels as you go in search of jackpots or trying to stay alive in the midst of an epic online battle in Fortnite, you can be sure that the controller will bring the maximum performance out of your mobile device.

Some of the best that are out there on the market include the SteelSeries Stratus Duo and the Ecisi Mobile Game Controller.

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Make your phone sing with these highly ergonomic devices

Headphones Have to Be Wireless if You Are Gaming on the Go

Although perhaps the most top-quality gaming headphones on the market are not wireless, there is nothing worse than wandering about town while being accosted by annoying cables as you try to enjoy a quick game or two.

With this in mind, you would be well advised to check out the ever-growing number of high-end wireless headsets that are available on the market.

The best of these, in our humble opinion, include Sony’s not so catchily named WH-1000XM3, which have noise cancelling tech embedded so you can keep gaming even on the busiest of commutes. There is also the Anker Soundcore Vortex, which is an ideal pair of headphones for people on a budget.

Of course, if you prefer to game a little more conspicuously, then there are great earbuds out there for you to opt for instead.

Never Lose Power Again

Whether you plan to go on a long weekend away or you just forgot to charge your phone overnight, portable power banks are the perfect way to ensure your gaming session is never interrupted by an annoying power down.

Whereas once upon a time power banks were cumbersome heavy lumps, they are now super-sleek and ultra-powerful to boot, meaning they often can fit in your pocket much like a wallet would.

Some of the best include models made by Crave and Samsung, the latter being a particularly good option if you already operate a Samsung phone. There are even some power banks that have such a capacity to store power that they can keep your phone topped up for a whole week, meaning they are ideal for long camping or wilderness trips where Wi-Fi connections are at a premium.

VR Goggles

VR goggles may not be the best piece of equipment to take on the train to work, or to use while you are walking down the street. That said, if you are at home and standing or sitting comfortably, then VR goggles are the ultimate way to take your mobile gaming experience to a whole new level. It’s an expensive bit of kit, but if you’re really into VR games then you can go mobile with them.

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