Posts Tagged: "mad catz"

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Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 5 Pro Gaming Stereo Headset Review

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Last week we donned the aural ambrosia that is Mad Catz F.R.E.Q. 7 Dolby ProLogic xII gaming headset for PC and mobile devices. It uses Dolby technology to expands the already melodious capabilities of 5.1 channel audio to even more dizzying heights at 7.1 channel audio. What we have today...

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2012 Holiday Gift Guide: Gaming Keyboards (list)

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Just like mice, keyboards are often underestimated. Don’t be that shopper. This is how we take command of our expensive gaming boxes. Don’t settle  for sub-par boards that lack responsiveness, induce carpal tunnel and–my ultimate epic fail feature, or lack thereof–suck with a dearth of multimedia keys. Those are must-haves on a...

Mad Catz MLG Pro Circuit Controller

Mad Catz MLG Pro Circuit Controller Review

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There are controllers, and then there are controllers. Today, most of us just use whatever comes with the console, and nothing else. Microsoft or Sony did a tremendous job with their gamepads, but it has taken 3rd parties too long to match or better that quality. They just haven’t been...

Mad Catz MLG Pro Circuit Controller

MLG Pro Circuit Controller hands-on (CES)

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If you look at anyone’s gamepads, chances are they are the original PS3 or 360 controllers. Not that there’s anything wrong with that; both Sony and Microsoft put thousands of hours of research into making their controllers perfect, and though neither is, both are very solid. But after five and...

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Mad Catz RAT 9 Review

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[Rating: 4/5] When I reviewed the RAT 7, I was impressed. It’s a great mouse, but I always knew that Mad Catz was holding back. The company did so, of course, to make the RAT 9. But the RAT 7 was so good! What else could be done to make...

Saitek Procedure Training

The Ultimate Home Flight Simulator, For Only $5000

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Learning to fly costs a lot of money. A quick Google search reveals that it can be anywhere from $3000-$12,000+, and that’s just learning to fly one type of aircraft. It’s no doubt a costly hobby, and if you want to do it on the cheap, you’ll need to join...