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Cosmic Byte C3070W Nebula 2.4G Wireless Gamepad for PC/PS3 supports Windows XP/7/8/10, Rubberized Texture

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Cosmic Byte C3070W Nebula 2.4G Wireless Gamepad for PC/PS3 supports Windows XP/7/8/10, Rubberized Texture 1614

  • Please check with the manufacturer if android devices is compatible with WiFi Gamepads
  • Lithium Polymer 600mAh battery for playing up to 12 hours in a row
  • Wireless 2.4GHz technology with a range of up to 8 meters
  • Ultra-precise eight-way D Cross, 1 year warranty
  • Integrated Dual Mode: X-input and Direct-input for greater games compatibility
  • Dongle should be directly in sight of controller

3 reviews for Cosmic Byte C3070W Nebula 2.4G Wireless Gamepad for PC/PS3 supports Windows XP/7/8/10, Rubberized Texture

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  1. Near

    Chances are you probably wanna decide between this controller and the one from Redgear. I have both.

    Speaking in general, they are not very different from each other. The basic differences between the two comes down to
    1. Quality
    2. Aesthetics
    3. Extra features
    4. Preference
    5. Price
    1. Quality – Both controllers feel almost the same in quality as the other. My Redgear controller tho broke pretty fast. The issue with these controllers are in the trigger buttons. They use a spring mechanic which will lose it’s springyness over time. My Redgear controller broke within 15 months. As for Cosmic Byte, lets see how long it lasts. I will update this review as soon as it breaks, if there is no update in this point then the controller has been working since 25-Feb-2019.

    2. Aesthetics – Both controllers look great but the XYAB keys on Cosmic Byte are a lot better! The LEDs shine brightly and in dark it just looks amazing.

    3. Extra features – Both controllers have the exact same features, except Cosmic Byte comes with a FREE usb dongle which lets you attach the controller to your phone’s microusb slot. I haven’t tried playing games on the phone with it but you most probably can use this controller on your phone as well. You can also use this free dongle to attach pen drives to your phone. It’s an extra feature which is definitely a plus.

    4. Preference – All in all, your preference is what matters once it comes to holding that controller in your hand and playing the games. For me, both controllers feel alright. Redgear feels a bit heavier which I like more but it doesn’t really make that much of a difference.

    5. Price – Cosmic Byte costed me Rs. 749 while Redgear costed me Rs. 1,299. That is almost half the price of Redgear with little to no difference. Even on good days I’ve seen Redgear drop price but it is almost never lower than Rs. 999 so Cosmic Byte is a much more value for your money.

    Overall, I recommend this controller. I hope it lasts for a long time.
    5/5

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  2. Prashanna

    Solid controller for the price. I also own the RedGear wireless version and both are equally amazing. They both feel slightly different but they’re both comfortable despite the difference.

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  3. Nripan Nath

    I’ve been using it for a month now I’m glad to inform that it’s been performing really well. The first worry I had was that whether the texture coating would hold up. It’s still looking brand new after one month of heavy usage (at least 3 hours of gameplay every day).
    Here are some of the things that I think you should know before buying.

    Pros
    + Build quality is top notch, even more than what I was expecting when I paid ₹1,399 for this controller.
    + Connectivity is smooth as hell. Truly plug-and-play, consistent across all supported platforms. I’m primarily using it with my PC and an old PS3.
    + Battery life. I don’t have the exact figure but it offers great battery backup.
    + Analog triggers. They make a huge difference when playing games that include driving any sort of vehicle. Although they have a little too much of play.
    + Price. It’s priced adequately.

    Cons
    – Bluetooth dongle. You can’t pair it with a smartphone like other smartphone game controllers, you have to plug in the dongle through an OTG (provided in the box) if you want to play on your smartphone. Which is a little inconvenient. So, if you’re buying this solely for using with a smartphone, I would suggest to go for something else.
    – Triggers. They have to be pressed in almost halfway until the actuation of the key function.
    – Noisy face buttons. They are a little loud, but I easily got used to it.

    Notes;
    × The controller will keep disconnecting if you plug the dongle into a USB hub, so make sure you plug it directly to your computer.
    × Although it has no trouble with the PS3, racing simulators like GT5 will not recognize this controller. You’ll need a Dualshock or another recognized controller for that.

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