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High Precision Variable Reisistant joysticks provide silky smooth gaming performance for your gaming pleasure. Dual mode connectivty makes this gamepad highly compatible with all common platforms.
Compatible with Samsung Gear VR, G-Box Q and most other Bluetooth compatible input devices.
Comfortable design Highest quality ABS plastic material for the longest life and.
Rechargeable lithium ion battery provides hours of continuous gameplay without the need to recharge. Running out of charge? No problem, plug in the Mini USB cable to charge and game simultaneously!
16 button design with two high precision variable joysticks makes this one of the most useful and powerful game pads available today! Buttons: A, B, Y, X, D-Pad – Up, Down, Left, Right, Finger Triggers: L1, L2, R1, R2, Functions – Start, Select, Mode, Turbo – Joysticks: Two (2) High Resolution variable joysticks.
ULTRA THIN: Dbmier A4S Portable USB Powered Light Box measures at a sleek 4.5mm of thickness, the slimmest Light table in the field, yet durable which makes it easy to store and carry. With a minimalistic design, the drawing board is great for artists on the go. It is stylish, yet practical at the same time.
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Monster M7 tablet after testing it for a few hours …. the tablets is good overall but the battery is very bad…. it would die pretty fast…. besides that if your not going to watch online shows or movies online i don’t recommend you buy this, since the battery life isn’t that great, if u just want it for facebook etc…. then go ahead this tablet is right for you, another bad part is there is no Bluetooth which i personally like using bluetooth
I give it 3 out 5
Unboxing Wireless-N USB Adapted and installing… for under $10
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
now i order this from Amazon.com now i don’t know if its my computer, because my computer runs on windows 10 that it doesn’t really run that well…. now i did read the Instructions and it does say it works best for Windows Xp/Vista/Win7/Win8/Mac/Luinux so it makes sense