Hardware at the Expo

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  • SuperflyForever 1 Oct 2012 02:51:23 3 posts
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    During my day there on Friday I played with a couple of the controllers and used a few of the headsets, though the ones I kind of liked were the ones I forgot to see the brand of.

    At the Halo 4 booth, I oddly really liked the controller they used, it didn't feel like the official one, so curious if anyone knows the make of it. Also, at the Crysis 3 section, I know the keyboard and mouse were Razer, so I assume the headset was also if anyone knows the exact one it was.

    Thank you!
  • THFourteen 1 Oct 2012 07:48:03 33,604 posts
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    Cant help really, but just wanted to pop in and say i was well impressed with the amount of pc gaming stuff they had this weekend. And the scan.co.uk stand was ace, one of my favourite online shops.
  • SuperflyForever 1 Oct 2012 19:40:42 3 posts
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    The controller isn't much of a concern, just the headsets. Really peeved that I forgot to find out which one it was.
  • Ignatius_Cheese Moderator 1 Oct 2012 19:57:39 10,856 posts
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    Weren't they Triton ones?
  • mal 1 Oct 2012 21:58:27 22,605 posts
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    They were using Razer Onza (I think) controllers on the Most Wanted booth. They were quite nice, with low travel buttons and a good d-pad for menus (though I reckon it'd be pretty useless for fighters).

    Headset-wise I noticed they were using Razer Orca's on the Horizon demo, notable for their lime green headband. Not sure what they were using on the Halo demo, as I didn't bother with that.

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  • SuperflyForever 1 Oct 2012 23:01:34 3 posts
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    mal wrote:
    They were using Razer Onza (I think) controllers on the Most Wanted booth. They were quite nice, with low travel buttons and a good d-pad for menus (though I reckon it'd be pretty useless for fighters).

    Headset-wise I noticed they were using Razer Orca's on the Horizon demo, notable for their lime green headband. Not sure what they were using on the Halo demo, as I didn't bother with that.
    Perfect yes, the Orca is what I used. Thank you, it's been bugging me. I looked at it earlier on the site but I didn't think that was the one. Thank you.
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