CES 2020 is off to a start this year with great demonstrations on the future of tech and Razer this year is showing off some ideas that have been brewing in our labs. Let's take a look.
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Und immer noch kein Chroma Toaster?
No Chroma seen in any of the new products. What's going on?
And still no Chroma Toaster?
That sucks. Bad timing. Then again, the junglecat still seems like a solid game controller. I hope you enjoy it!
I'm with you there! I really dislike the staggered / offset sticks too. I prefer the aligned sticks as well. It'd be awesome if we could eventually swap them ourselves.
This kind of concept has been chosen by others case brands for this format, even Lian-Li has made a "rack" on a ATX case.
My only gripe is what happens when my case for the Jungle Cat breaks? Paying for a replacement part, and to ship seems a bit more than what a piece of plastic is worth. It feels great but I just wish I had the option to replace the other 2 cases it came with for cases that work with my phone...
That's an unfortunate situation. All I can think of is to cross your fingers and hope it doesn't break...I bet someone with skill and a 3D printer could probably come up with some solutions eventually too.