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This review is from: Arsenal PS3 bluetooth controller - Black
Pros: Well It works and feels just like the standard Sony PS3 controller. The only deference is it doesn't say Sony on it.
Cons: This thing has zero charge out of the box. You need to let it charge up some before you use it. Don't try to charge it from your PS3 while you play straight out of the box ...that may cause your PS3 to turn off unexpectedly (at least it did for me). You need to get some charge on it first.
Other Thoughts: This thing is a Dualshock 3 clone. I compared the two in every way and they seem identical in both form and function. It paired up to my PS3 just the same as if it was a dualshock. It turns my PS3 on just like a dualshock. It feels like i'm using a dualshock in game. However, it's not priced like a dualshock! It's a good buy, and i'll probably pick up another one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to install and has great range.
Cons: It costs a few bucks more but it's worth it.
Other Thoughts: This thing is perfect for my needs. The drivers/software installed without any problems on my Windows 7 desktop. It's located in a bed room that is pretty far from my wifi router but still connects to it just fine. In fact, it's pulling up other wifi networks that no other wifi device has ever detected from inside my house! If you need a USB wifi adapter with above average range this bad boy is for you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Azio G8 GM8200 13 1 x Wheel USB Wired Laser 8200 dpi Gaming Class Mouse
Pros: It feels perfect in my hand, the button design & placement is fantastic, the programming software is pretty easy to use, the changing of profiles is quick and easy on the fly, the lighting is cool.
Cons: Not a lot of bad stuff to say yet, but I've only played about 12 hours of Planetside 2 with it so far. It was a bit on the expensive side. I also felt the macro programming was a bit weak, and wish it had a few more options (like the Razor it replaced). It also would have been nice if it came with instructions and a driver CD, but these days that's asking a lot I guess. As time goes on I'll update my review if anything bad happens (fingers crossed).
Other Thoughts: First of all, let me say that I'm 41 years old and have been PC gaming since the DOS days. I've had many mice over the years that have come and gone. This one is the best one yet as far as button placement and overall feel. That's not to say you would agree as everyone is different. What I needed was a comfortable mouse with a lot of programmable buttons that I could easily find in the heat of battle. This mouse has met and exceeded my expectations (so far). It has a nice quality look and feel to it, and also looks great next to the matching back-lit Azio keyboard I purchased with it. I really took a big chance buying this mouse. It had no reviews yet, and I never heard of Azio before. However, there was just something about the design that convinced me to take a chance on it. I'm sure glad I did! So far, this thing has been excellent, and I like it much better than the Razor it replaced.READ FULL REVIEW