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This review is from: NVIDIA SHIELD Portable
Pros: -Overall just an amazing little piece of technology, and especially for the price!
-Backlit Nvidia logo shines brilliantly and has adjustable brightness.
-Feels sturdy. Control has same build or slightly better build quality than an Xbox 360 controller. Absolutely rock solid.
-Powerful quad-core processor that stomps most everything else in benchmarks right now.
-Many android games support the controller.
-Every emulator I have tried supports the controller.
-Nvidia has done a great job ironing this out!
-You will notice that it has some serious graphical horsepower for a handheld.
-Endless library of games because it's Android.
-With the most recent update, finally I can stream games from my mighty gaming PC. This is what prompted my review, as before I couldn't experience game stream without a hiccup. This most recent update seriously helped a lot... It's awesome now! Before games that had a setup screen on launch could not be launched from my Shield. Now there is a virtual keyboard and mouse integrated into streaming that allows this! The virtual keyboard and mouse also works in-game. This is awesome because many games before could not be played due to no controller support in the menus either!
Cons: -It can either be easy as pie or a hair-pulling time setting up game-streaming. Overall I would say get ready to do some work! I was lucky and had two routers and a few wireless adapters to try. Game streaming only worked with one of my routers and one of my wireless adapters. If you're having trouble connecting, it could be your router AS WELL AS the wireless adapter on your PC. My connection improved significantly when I switched from a cheap wireless N adapter to a more powerful and expensive one.
-My point is that you should experiment if you're having problems because it seems strangely picky about what will and will not work with game streaming!
This review is from: Men's Sports Wrap Around Polarized Sunglasses Driving Sport Mod Black Gradient
Cons: -Cheaper feeling and looking than most $12-14 dollar glasses I have bought in the past.
-Uncomfortable, cheap plastic.
Other Thoughts: You get what you pay for. I was hoping that glasses were a better deal online, but I could probably find a better pair at ends with mart and begins with wal.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CM Storm Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (Blue Edition)
Pros: -Aesthetically pleasing. The keys appear to be floating on blue vapor.
-Actually weighs more than most keyboards. This means that it holds firm on a desk. Also has more than adequate grip on the bottom.
-I was really surprised at how well made this keyboard was for what I paid.
Oh yeah, the price included a mouse...
-That also works great! My other mouse has 5400 DPI and this one feels no different really. I'm not a competitive gamer but I do use photoshop and need a steady mouse.
-Also looks cool. Love the blue accent.
-The DPI switches on the fly easily using a toggle button. I like this method better than on my 90 dollar Logit**h mouse!
Cons: -I feel bad... How is Cooler Master making money off this!?
Other Thoughts: -If I bought this for twice as much I would still be pleased... This market segment must be super competitive! The consumer always wins I guess.READ FULL REVIEW