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Pros: The quality and feel of this product is there. It feels like something I would expect from Sony or Nintendo. Buttons feel great, and the fact that it can connect to multiple devices is a big bonus
Cons: On arrival, the left joystick gets stuck and does not return to center when you move it down or to the right. The right joystick is fine.
I bought this mainly for my iPhone, cause it says it's compatible. I guess there are many different versions of "compatible". If you are thinking MFi compatible to play games, no, its not. It won't play any games on iPhone, like Contra, or Ducktales.
If compatible means, can it connect as a keyboard, then yes, yes it does. Pressing any button will type random characters like: /, or ?, and commas.
I haven't tried on Android or PS3 yet, but I'm sure it's fine.
Other Thoughts: It's nice, and I want to keep it, but the whole reason why I bought it was for my iPhone, which it doesn't work as stated. I've contacted their support from their website, and only heard crickets... They're not based in the US, so I guess that could mean something.
I've been really lucky with newegg. In all my years of purchasing stuff on this site, I've never had anything wrong with my products nor had to return anything. This is the first one. It sucks, cause I was impressed with the quality of this thing. I don't even know how to do a return/replacement. I'm gonna have to read up I guess.
This review is from: Nippon Labs HDB-250 2.5" HDD/SS Metal Bracket Black Color
Pros: Is what it says it is.
Used this to mount an old 80 GB HDD from my PS3 to use as a second boot drive which has Ubuntu loaded on it. Since it's metal, it stays nice and cool.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Pretty decent, considering its a single-core processor. The display is actually pretty good. Screen is fluid, but has a delay. It's not retina, obviously, but overall, its good for a $30 4.3 inch tablet. Keeps the kids pacified.
Cons: Again, it's a $30 "Tablet", and although it keeps the kids pacified, they get frustrated with it because it lags so bad. The internals are like 3-4 generations old, so it's fine and I knew what I was getting in to. It's good for what it is. I would recommend it for someone getting on the Android scene who have little experience with newer tech or just want an android device for super cheap.
My kids play with my wife's iPhone 5c all the time, and when they play "Lep's World" or anything else on this... they just get frustrated. I have a three kids 5 y/o and under that are so good with phones, I was bummed when they would put this down after 10-15 minutes and come ask for my 5s or her 5c.
Other Thoughts: Overall, worth the $30, would recommend buying. I may buy another here soon so they each have one in there hand. Keep in mind, it is old tech, comparable to the 2nd Gen iPhone. Just make sure you know what you are getting into when you buy itREAD FULL REVIEW