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This review is from: Rosewill RHTS-8206 - USB Connector 5.1-Channel Vibrating Gaming Headset
Pros: -Excellent surround sound quality in games.
-The vibration really adds another level to the experience
Cons: -The vibration and surround features only worked for about 2 days before they just decided to absolutely stop functioning for me. Haven't been able to get it back since.
-The cord is cheaply made, and within 2 weeks of ownership the cord coming out of the small controller began to fall apart.
-Little to nothing in the way of configuration software.
Other Thoughts: I really wish these headphones actually functioned, because when they did, it was a great experience. I spent too long messing around trying to get them to work to be able to get an RMA, sadly, or I definitely would have. Not worth a purchase, honestly.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Works just as well as comparable NETGEAR USB adapters for half the price
-Long cord, great aesthetics
Cons: -Pressing the button on the front on accident will cause you to lose your connection, which is something that can happen quite often if you need to move it a lot
-The provided software likes to randomly switch the window focus to itself for no particular reason, but the adapter works just fine even when its software isn't running
Other Thoughts: This isn't any fault of the manufacturer, but I use Shoprunner to get 2-day shipping. For $80 I expect to get the 2-day shipping, but the item took about 2 weeks to arrive. Not sure whose fault that one was, but it was still incredibly annoying to be without internet for that long.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SteelSeries 69001 3G Game Controller
-Comfortable in my hands
Cons: -Windows does not recognise controller
-Drivers don't work
-No support from Steelseries
-D-Pad is ONE BUTTON
Other Thoughts: Bought this from Gamestop with a gift card since I needed a controller for my PC, brought it home, downloaded the drivers from their website, and it didn't work. Scoured the internet for hours, trying every other solution that was suggested, most pulled from forum threads where others were experiencing the same problem, and none of those fixes worked, either. It seems that the majority of people agree that this thing is useless, other than a select few who have managed to get it to work without running into any trouble.
Summary: doesn't work at all with Windows 7.
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