Having messed around with this controller I enjoy the feel of it. This controller is around the same size as the controller that comes with the Classic NES but it is clearly wireless.
* Controller requires 2 AAA batteries
The button layout is different from a normal one because it has two turbo buttons which allow you to press and hold the A+ or B+ button to say shoot/jump rapidly. The buttons feel firm and of quality with slight feedback when pressing them. The controller itself feels nice with a bit of weight to it especially when the batteries are in.
It says it supports the Wii/Wii U virtual console by plugging the adapter into a Wii Remote but I don’t have a Wii set up currently so I may test that in the future. I did test it in the NES Classic and it worked pretty much as you would expect with minimal latency. To minimize latency I recommend staying within 10-15 feet of the console because otherwise input does get a little laggy.
Setting up the controller was easy all you have to do is plug the dongle into the NES then put the batteries into the controller and it will connect to the dongle.
Overall this is a nice controller and I recommend this especially to people who have kids running around playing with the cords.
If you are interested in getting this controller yourself here is the link to the Amazon page.
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I was provided this controller at a discounted price in exchange for a review.
I got these a couple months ago and they are very nice.
The lows and the highs sound pretty clear, although the sound entirely in the left ear can go out randomly. The problem with the earphone is caused by the metal connections that run through the band connecting the left and right headphone becoming disconnected. Slightly shifting both the left and right headphone will fix this issue though.
The battery life is pretty good too. While the headset usually tells you an approximation of how long the current charge will last it is usually an underestimation.
Another nice feature of these headphones are the ability to be wired too in case they die or you can’t connect via Bluetooth.
If you are interested you can find these headphones here.
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Hey, I know it has been a while since I have posted a review. I got busy with finishing High School classes and started College last Fall. This summer I have created a YouTube channel to share some gaming videos and create a community for gaming and having fun. If you are interested here’s a link: Alteiar Plays.
I really appreciate any feedback or recommendations and I hope to get back into the reviewing scene later this summer.
This is a really nice USB 3.0 hard drive enclosure it is perfect for fast transfers of data and fits 2.5 inch hard drives perfectly with no movement.
I had a little trouble with this enclosure on my windows 7 PC what happened was the driver was not installing correctly, so I tried to uninstall it and reinstall and had the same problem after like 10 minutes of messing with that I tried disabling the driver then re-enabling it and the driver installed correctly and the device worked fine after that. I have been using it for about a week now without troubles so I believe this fixed it.
The speeds are nice since it is a 3.0 enclosure I get very fast speeds compared to older 2.0 enclosures. I would definately recommend this as a permanent replacement to my current and now old 2.5 inch external hard drive enclosure.
Very nice data hub not specifically for charging.
This hub works very well for transferring data especially for the amount of things that may be plugged in to it and run at once. I like the power strip style design I feel it is more efficient with space while allowing you to use larger USB drives side by side. This is perfect for anyone who uses a laptop especially if you only have three USB ports on your computer I was able to use my wireless mouse and have my phone sync at the same time while being able to transfer from USB flash drives and external hard drives. Overall the speeds for data transfer is pretty good for being a USB 2.0 hub.
Overall the design of this is really nice I like the compactness and the one amp charging port.
It looks nice and sleek I like the matte black paint and it fits very nicely in your pocket. I also like the .1 Watt led it is nice and bright adding to the already very useful product. I was able to charge all my mobile devices (iPhone 4, iPhone 6, Galaxy s3, Winbook Tablet, and Bluetooth headphones) that use USB easily so I would see no problem with compatibility of any other devices.
There is a power button on the side that when pressed starts charging the device connected to it and is nothing is connected it shows the percentage of charge at 25% per blue led on the front. When you double press the power button it activates the flashlight, pressing and holding activates a sos sequence from the led light.
One downside is that there is only one USB port, but from a 5200 mAh charger I wouldn’t try charging multiple devices at once anyway.
I like this case it is really nice and lightweight but protective.
When it comes to design this is amazing I like the air pockets on the corners especially since that is the way I broke the screen the of one of my old phones I had dropped on the corner, But with this case there is a space inbetween the corner of the case and the corner of the phone providing a cushion like protection. Also having the dots on the inside of the case where the back of the phone contacts the case also creates a slight extra cushion that creates a slightly better protection than having it directly on the back of the phone. The openings on the bottom allow you to use the cell phone’s mic and speaker. You are also able to use normal headphones rather than having to use an extender like some other cases I use.
This case also comes with an anti dust plug to keep dust and stuff in your pocket or bag from entering the phone through the headphone slot.
Overall this is a really nice case I can trust my phone in it from short drops