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Tritton Switchblade for PS3 [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

The Tritton Switchblade for the PlayStation 3 is a durable and extremely reliable option for gamers out there looking for something solid to use while playing online.  With a sleek design and small footprint, the Switchblade doesn’t feel like you’re talking to someone through a string can as the quality on both the audio and mic side of things is handled well.  Outside of having to come to grips with making the Switchblade comfortable, the ear clip can’t be adjusted and isn’t too flexible, the device is certainly worth investing the money in for those looking for a completely wireless and affordable audio solution.

The Pros: 

+ The design is simple yet incredibly effective.

+ Not everything may sound like it’s coming from a perfect source, but the audio quality in general is good and is almost comparable to high-end headsets.

+ Charge time is rather short and a full charge doesn’t drain too quickly.

+ Having a docking station is nice and makes charging the device a breeze.

The Cons: 

- Ear clip would’ve benefitted from some padding or alternate clip sizes.

ShogunGamer.com Rating : 
9

Advances in technology can be great and this generation we’ve become more acclimated with certain things which have become a part of our lives in one way or another.  In video games we’re used to playing online multiplayer modes, perhaps more often than standard single-player experiences since having some competition against another person is more engaging and there’s always the added bonus of trash talking being thrown in as well.

Mad Catz Company Spotlight and Interview [CES 2012]

A lot of people that read the site might not remember, but one of Shogun Gamer’s land-mark moments occurred about three years ago when we attended our very first CES as official members of the press. It was a fantastic experience that opened our eyes to the world beyond writing our thoughts of the industry as dedicated gamers and enthusiasts. During our time there we got to check out tons of new hot tech, including a mind-numbing amount of headsets (thanks again Corey), and made a lot of great connections with those in the industry.

Mad Catz Unveils Tritton Primer Pre-CES

While we’re still waiting on the “official” start to CES, that hasn’t stopped one of our personal favorite peripheral companies from leaking a little bit of a “first look” at their new product line for 2012. Mad Catz today threw up some information concerning the first, of five, of their co-branded headset with Microsoft for the Xbox 360.

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