Summary: If you're looking for a stand mic and don't want to spring for a Blue Yeti, this is basically your only choice outside of really cheapo ones. It works, it installs easily, and it doesn't look half bad. The quality is better than you'll find on the $100 "gaming" headsets, but picks up a fair bit of background noise. To be honest, I expected slightly better quality audio. It's more than adequate, but, yeah...
Pros: Works, Driverless; installs in about 2 seconds, Long cord
Cons: Light stays on when mic is on...how about a toggle?, Quality isn't the greatest. I expect better from something that has a regular price of $40.
Summary: I bought a pair of these microphones when they first came out many years ago now. I can't tell if they have changed internally since then, but they look the same on the outside still. There is no model number listed anywhere on mine, so I assume they are more or less the same still. The price of these microphones when I bought them were cheaper; I assume their popularity and inflation caused the price to rise.
Pros: good enough sound quality, picks up my voice well from even a few feet away, no driver issues, on/off lit button, cable is long enough
Cons: the swivel up/down motion loses its grip after a couple years; mine slumps down if I don't prop it up against something, It picks up background noise; what noise isolation?