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This review is from: TRITTON Detonator Stereo Headset For Xbox 360, by Mad Catz - Black
Pros: Honestly i dont have a whole lot of good things to say about these. I bought them to use with my 360 because I had heard good things about Tritton.
Cons: -pretty much stopped working a month after I had them
-box looked like it had been opened before and the contents stuffed back in...come on newegg don't start that stuff
-mic feature stopped working...people on the other end would cut in and out while talking and I would too for them
-the talkback feature just made my voice cut in and out for people on the other end
-also not very comfortable and that was only wearing them for a couple hours
Other Thoughts: I know the problems were from this headset because I would plug in my $20 microsoft 360 headset and people could hear my and I could hear them fine during the same game.
After the problems with these, I bought a very popular competitors headset for $20 less and it sounds and works 100 times better. Guess I just got burned on this purchase and will never buy Tritton again.
This review is from: OCZ Diesel 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model OCZUSBDSL16G
Pros: Large capacity
Cons: -When it worked for a whopping 4 months the speeds were slow.
-DIED after 4 months, and I really take care of my things so this thing was never dropped or anything
Other Thoughts: If you want a flash drive that lasts for 4 months and then dies, then this is for you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Mushkin Enhanced Mulholland 16GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model MKNUFDMH16GB
Pros: Fast speeds, size (small, but not too small), works with xbox 360 and passes all of the performance requirements.
Other Thoughts: I have wasted so much money on flash drives trying to find one with good speeds, small size and one that works with the xbox 360. Well after 6 or so drives from Sandisk, Kingston, OCZ too name a few...I found this one and am more than happy with it. I will be purchasing another one with no hesitation.READ FULL REVIEW
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