» Razer Sabertooth Wired Xbox 360 and PC Controller
Razer Sabertooth Wired Xbox 360 and PC Controller
Luke took a look at the Razer Sabertooth Xbox 360 and PC wired controller. Regular Xbox 360 controllers are a mainstay in a lot of PC gamers’ arsenals, and are much more affordable than the…
I think the Xbox one controller is the best
I personally prefer ps3 style controllers, so does anyone know a controller
that has at least symmetrical analogs and convex analogs? I dont mind if
theyre concave but id rather have them being convex than buying 3rd party
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Controller for my PC? No thanks.
Quick question going form a q9550 quad core in 2014 to to i7 980x is it
good or is amd 8350 ?
Luke is going to overtake LinusTechTips, i guarantee it
I wish the analog sticks were symmetrical and convex.
It might not be new, but this game controller is still worth taking a look
I’m hyped for the Nvidia controller (not talking about the shield)
This is actually pretty cool.
Sabertooth why hell does everyone copy Asus??
WARNING TO READERS: Just buy a normal Microsoft X360 controller, for the
love of god!
Razer controllers are beautifully designed but have awful build quality. I
bought 2 versions of the previous iteration, Razer Onza, and both worked
fine for a few weeks but very quickly the thumbsticks started going bad (in
the sense that when I wasn’t touching them, the camera or character in game
would move slightly to the right, or in driving games the car would steer a
tiny amount toward the right when not touching it).
I decided to abandon hope in Razer and just bought a Microsoft controller,
I am much happier in every way, except the only disadvantage being the
D-Pad which is much better in the Razer version.
Because of this I also bought the Sabertooth when it came out, and same
issue. After a month of use, I start noticing erroneous input, where cars
are steering toward a random direction, and also the trigger buttons for
accelerating don’t register at all until you push down really hard. SO I
decided to stick to my Microsoft controller, which lacks in aesthetics and
design, but at least holds up in terms of build quality (the input on the
thumbsticks and trigger buttons are working perfectly).
I remember the Onza, and I also remember sending it back multiple times for
replacements. If this is as durable as the Onza, then I think I’ll pass.
Everytime someone mentions ABP I guilt trip and get rid of it only to put
it back on 2 weeks later. SORRY
I love my Sabertooth controller but… in my opinion they must do a PS
Style controller as well!