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This review is from: RAZER Mamba Wireless Rechargeable Gaming Mouse
Pros: The DPI is high. It's higher than you will ever need, for anything. I play twitch MMO's and twitch-game on FPS's at times, and it's still too high. They oversell DPI vs. sensitivity, and it's just a huge selling point to trick noobsinto thinking they've got something better than they really do.
As far as the feel, it's alright, it doesn't hurt and it fits the claw, the palm and the normal grip all well.
The charging stand and the casing are also all pretty. They light up and look great on a glass desk.
Cons: Many. You cannot charge the mouse and play wirelessly at the same time. The only way to charge is to put it on the stand, that's just stupid.
The cord for mine just gave out, to which I contacted customer support (whose phone number is hidden. That's right, it's not on their website. It takes days to find it.) and they don't make replacement parts. My $130 mouse just broke a $5 cord and is now useless. The usb cord is completely unrecognizable, it went from spurious shutdowns to complete failure and from normal repackaging in my locker (military,) so it's not like I was swinging it around or anything.
No interchangeable grips and too few mouse buttons. More flaws for the list. The light settings are cool, but useless. Who needs three different settings for dpi? If you play with it fast, chances are you're going to browse the internet at the same time.
Other Thoughts: Overall, it's just not worth the money. I suggest SteelSeries products, or if for some reason you want to stick with the terrible company that is Razer, you should go with the DeathAdder, or another cheap wired mouse.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Amazing sound quality, controltalk for iphones and even ipods is amazing, and the amount of things that you can do with the switch are phenomenal. You'll have to find the right buds for you, but once you do they're great.
Comes with tons of replacement buds as well as a nice case that fits about anywhere without a problem.
The flat cord design is very nice. It still tangles, but they are nowhere near to the other cord difficulties. It takes a fraction of the time to get up and going.
Cons: My ControlTalk broke. It was just wear and tear from putting the phones in my pocket because I wasn't about to use the case with my tighter fit pairs of jeans. Just watch out, they're not that excellently made, and now I'm forced to use tape if I want the control talk to function semi-properly.
Other Thoughts: It's a leap. Honestly, I'd just get some skullcandies while you're concerned. These are definitely NOT for sport use. They will come out, and the sweat would destroy them quickly. No matter what you're doing, over-ears would be worth the investment. These are the best money can buy for in-ears that i've used, but my over-ears are always far superior, and that's just how headphones work. Unless you're in supreme need of some in-ears, I'd look the other way.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NYKO Power Pak Xbox 360 Black
Pros: It works. You have to jam it in, but it works.
Cons: Did not come with a charging cable. I had some other things ordered at the same time, but the package did not include one, hence the docking of the eggs. Also, it needs to be jammed into the controller. Not that good of an overall buy.
Other Thoughts: I wouldn't do it. Get a rechargeable for sure, but not this pack and not this company.READ FULL REVIEW