Summary: I personally spent a lot of time playing serious shooters such as Halo: Reach and Battlefield 3. The Onza TE is a fantastic option for serious gamers and offers some great improvements over the standard XBox 360 controller, such as customizable tension on the analog sticks and remapable buttons.
Summary: Extra light. Kind of has no weight to it. Adjustable tension is awesome though. For some reason the XYAB buttons have a low profile and feels like you're not pressing them hard enough. Should have raise them a bit higher. Trigger buttons are a bit long. Probably a reason why it tends to not respond properly. Other than that, it's an okay controller.
Summary: I play a lot of platformers on my PC and this controller has a much nicer d-pad than the standard xbox controller. The buttons have a nice crisp click to them, nothing feels cheap or flimsy about it. It seems to do everything it promises. No complaints at all so far.
Summary: Probably one of the best controllers for XBox. Solid controller with awesome comfort. I count 12 different buttons, not including start, select, and D-Pad, so that's good. I like being able to adjust the sensitivity of the analog sticks. Huge disappointment when it didn't come with any software for keymapping. That's simply inexcusable. I give it a -1 PR for no software or custom drivers from Razer.
Summary: this controller is really great in every way that razer says its suppose to be and getting the TE is worth the 10 buck more ive had this controller for over a week now and ive used it every day and i dont see that stopping any time soon.
Summary: I purchased this when it was on sale for $41.98 and I'm glad I did. I'd be really worried if I had of spent more. It has a very nice texture, is extremely lightweight. It has a long cord and the headset jack is very snug, much better than the poorly designed jacks on the official Microsoft products. It works well for the Xbox and PC games I've played using it so far. Now for the other side of the coin, it feels really flimsy.
Summary: I bought this controller as a cheap and sharp substitute for my original Microsoft controller, which is 4+ years old with stick-drift. I liked it upon seeing it but, as I quickly realised, there were significant cons with this product. Pros: Aesthetically pleasing, stands out from the ordinary Sensitive XYBA buttons, clicks similarly to a mouse-button Large split d-pad, not sure how it would function with fighting games as it's not a disc Ergonomic grip, sits comfortably...