You can buy the claw of the Power Support Stadia controller

Yesterday, we saw how the manufacturer with which Google partnered to make a telephone support for Stadia’s fixed availability for “mid-December.” You can now buy the Stadia controller claw directly from Power Support.

Update 12/20/19: “First shipment sold from Power Support in 24 hours”. Customers can preorder for the next batch, while the first customers have already started receiving phone holders. Those in Canada can also buy from the Google Store.

Update 1/15/20: The Claw has been sold out for the last week in the Google Store. It is currently available in Power Support and availability appears as “usually ships within 1 to 2 business days.” Thanks Arron

Customers can visit the “Power Support Claw for Stadia Controller” and “Add to Cart” page. Although “Availability” appears as “It will be available soon,” you can buy the Made for Google accessory today. Two buyers in the last 24 hours report that their orders are already being shipped.

The price of $ 14.99 is identical to the Google Store, which still says “Coming Soon” one month after the list first appeared on the day of Stadia’s launch. You must obtain a minimum of $ 40 from Power Support in the US. UU. And Canada to get free shipping.

The Claw is tailored for Stadia with the team during an AMA detailing its start. Unlike other accessories, it fits directly to the face of the controller with cutouts for the Stadia button, USB-C and 3.5mm headphone jack.

While it visually hides most of the buttons, it puts the screen right in front of you for a “balanced mobile game.” Designed for Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel 3a, Pixel 3a XL, Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, Power Support notes that “many other phones will also fit in the holder.”

Unfortunately, a short USB-C cable is not included, given the current lack of compatibility with the wireless controller, while Google warns of “marks” when installed and removed.

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