Razer Onza Tournament Edition
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Razer Onza Tournament Edition Review

An improved D-pad, Hyperesponse technology on the backlit action buttons, and PC compatibility make the Razer Onza TE the choice for any competitive gamer. With a 15 foot super long lightweight braided cable and a quick release USB connector, the Razer Onza TE is made for tournament-grade lag free gameplay even during the most crucial moments.


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Razer Onza Tournament Edition Features
Buttons
D Pad
Analog Stick(s)
Feedback
Custom Buttons
Gamepad Controls
6 Buttons
2 Analog Stick(s)
Wireless
Wireless Range
Battery Type
Battery Life
Cable Length
XBox Compatible
PS Compatible
Gamepad Details
5 meters
8.5
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2012
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Which ti pick: Logitech F710, XBox Controller, or Razer Onza Tournament ed T2? Lookin' to fin the better weapon in my arsenal here

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2012
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no feedback? but adjustable stick. come on..

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Just the standart microsoft 360 pad is the best. I had Razer Onza. It costs more, it feels cheaper and no fedback = isnt worth it. Also the stick problems on onza are infuriating.

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CPU (30% overclock)

2017
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$359.00
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16 GB

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a great controller :)

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2011
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Great controller. It is lighter than a regular 360 controller, and has longer analog sticks (good for FPS games). The analog sticks themselves also have adjustable feedback. You can make them stiffer for racing games, looser for shooters, or anywhere in between you may want them. The d-pad has also been improved in that each direction has its own button (4 buttons instead of 1), and it has 2 additional buttons above the triggers. All in all a great controller, and at a reasonable price.

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2009
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This is a small take on what I consider of the Razer Onza TE. An acquaintance of mine purchased it for me from NY last Xmas 2011. It sure is lighter than my original X360 Controller. I do like the A, B, X, Y buttons which is all lit up. I also like the D-Pad the way its designed and the two analog sticks are a little longer than the original. The only thing that I have to get accustomed to is the Start and Back button which is located to the edge close to you rather than where the originals (X360 Controller) are, left and right of the Guide button. The Triggers are a bit unusual probably because I've gotten accustom to the original X360 Controller. All in all I do have a likeness to it and I also like the adjustments on both analog sticks to tighten or slacken as needed. I also like the new feature to switch any of the face buttons to the front of the bumper for quick access
The only disappointment I have, the guy who bought it for me paid $65 U.S. which cost me $400 TT conversion rate 6 to 1 including tax clearance.

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