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Steelseries Stratus Stratus Wireless Expert Reviews

techwalls.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-29
Portable and lightweight design, Good battery life, Controls are very responsive, Compatible with most games,Doesn't have a dock to keep your iOS device, The controller doesn't work with menu screen sometimes, Awkward L2 and R2 button placement, No Android support, Pricey, The SteelSeries Stratus is available on Amazon for $79. I love using this controller becau...
One of the problems I have when playing games on mobile devices is that the touch controls are so horrible. Some titles are even unplayable with the touch screen because the touch inputs are very inaccurate sometimes and they totally ruin the gaming exper...
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hardwareheaven.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-18
Back in 2012 SteelSeries released a multi-platform, compact, wireless controller which was primarily aimed at mobile gamers. It was called the Free and received a reasonable review from us. Today in our SteelSeries Stratus review we take a look at a very ...
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gameaxis.com
Reviewed on 2014-11-13
Solid and stable built, Arguably the best iOS gaming controller right now, Buttons are well placed and responsiveRather pricey, May not support the games you want to play with
Made-for-iPods (or commonly known as MFi) controllers really have the ability to be a game changer for iOS devices. But they're still in their infancy, and not one of the main drawback is that there still isn't a lot of games supported (relatively speakin...
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makeuseof.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-29
If you've ever gone out shopping for PC gaming peripherals, it's likely you would have encountered SteelSeries products. It's represented at all kinds of eSports events, and with good reason, as SteelSeries makes quality products.SteelSeries has taken its...
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eteknix.com
Reviewed on 2014-07-13
Compact and lightweight, Great overall build quality, Responsive analogue sticks, Pressure sensitive buttons, Trusted brand name, Compatible with all major iDevices, Easy to set up, Multi controller support, WirelessHigh price tag, Clam-shell case prone to falling off when mounted on bottom of controller, Not a huge amount of compatible games,
Today I will be taking a look at the latest peripheral in the Steelseries range, the iDevice compatible Stratus controller, a bluetooth analogue control pad designed to enhance your mobile gaming experience. There are many devices like this one the market...
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technologytell.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-21
I'll get to those games in a minute. I want to first mention the included cover, which can be attached to the back during gaming for a more comfortable grip. I also want to mention the battery life, which—at up to 10 hours—will likely outlast the battery ...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-07
Fits in your pocket, Includes analogue sticks, Good battery lifeControls feel cramped, Too expensive, Inconsistent control support
What is the SteelSeries Stratus? The SteelSeries Stratus is a Bluetooth game controller that works with the latest generation iPod Touch, iPhones and iPads. Like the Logitech Powershell , it's another iOS 7 controller that's aiming to take advantage of Ap...
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imore.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-06
Small, portable, easy to hold and use, Works with iPads and iPhones alike, Firmware upgradable, More affordable than it was initiallyStill pricey at $80, Too small for some hands, Flat dpad and awkwardly placed top row of shoulder buttons
Support for MFi (Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch) game controllers came with last fall's introduction of iOS 7. Some products have focused specifically on the iPhone and iPod touch market with devices that clamp on to the iPhone. SteelSeries is taking a d...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-27
SteelSeries, best known for its line of pro-gaming mice and accessories, has taken on Apple’s game controller standard and has made one tiny gamepad. It looks like the focus has been put on portability, rather than ergonomics, as your iPhone will simply dwarf it: the Stratus measures up at just 4.3-inches in length, while it’s 1.3-inches in thickness, making it easily pocketable. Its layout itsel...Unfortunately, after gaming with it for a while, things take a turn for the worse. Despite its impressively small size, it’s not the most ergonomic controller to grasp in your hands all day. Our hands became almost claw-like after just five minutes of gaming, which is not ideal when you want to kick back with some classic titles for a few hours. We also found that as it doesn’t clamp onto your ph...
Apple added in official support for game controllers with the launch of iOS 7, which lets you pair up a gamepad and kick back with your favourite games, and now they’re starting to hit store shelves. We’ve seen clip-on controllers from Logitech and Mog...
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booredatwork.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-20
The SteelSeries Stratus Gaming Controller delivers a great mobile gaming experience on IOS 7 devices. The 10+ hours of wireless gameplay via Bluetooth (comes with USB charging cable), protective covering for the days you want to game on the move, and tact...
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knowyourmobile.com
Reviewed on 2014-02-11
Makes complicated games on iOS a joy to play, Tidy design, Hundreds of titles already supportedIt is rather diddy, No OS X game controller support, Bluetooth 2.1 is not as power efficient as BLE
When I first opened the Stratus I was shocked at how small it was—mainly because I was used to using an Xbox controller. The Stratus is only 33mm H x 60 mm W x 110mm L, meaning it takes up hardly more surface area than an iPhone 4. Due to its small size i...
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maclife.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-29
With the release of iOS 7, Apple finally recognized the demand for physical gamepads via built-in support through its Made for iPhone/iPad/iPod (MFi) program, which means all game developers and peripheral manufacturers alike can use the same compatibility standards...
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impulsegamer.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-22
Welcome to the Stratus Wireless Gaming Controller from SteelSeries that basically gives your iOS device (e.g. iPad, iPhone or iPod) a physical (not virtual) gaming controller. I'm a huge advocate of both the iPhone and iPad but when it comes to gaming, th...
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appleinsider.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-19
Compact design makes it a great portable controller, Completely wireless, letting it play nicely with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, Manages to fit in a full array of buttons that gamers expectCramped design may be uncomfortable for some, L2 and R2 buttons are awkwardly placed because of size constraints, $100 is still too much for a gaming controller, Where to buy, For U.S. customers, the Stratus is advertised to begin shipping within 30 days...
The SteelSeries Stratus is the first Apple-sanctioned, completely wireless gaming controller for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 7. It comes in a super-portable size that's great for travel while still managing to pack in a full complement...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-01-17
The SteelSeries Stratus packs a lot of controls into a small form and connects via Bluetooth to recent iPads, iPhones, and iPod TouchesIt's too expensive, and the growing world of controller-compatible iOS games is still a patchwork affair
You can now play games on an iPhone using an MFi controller case like the Moga Ace Power or Logitech PowerShell , but poor iPad users haven't had a solution to play games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas without using touch. That's finally changed with ...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-16
The SteelSeries Stratus packs a lot of controls into a small form and connects via Bluetooth to recent iPads, iPhones, and iPod TouchesIt's too expensive, and the growing world of controller-compatible iOS games is still a patchwork affair
You can now play games on an iPhone using an MFi controller case like the Moga Ace Power or Logitech PowerShell, but poor iPad users haven’t had a solution to play games like Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas without using touch. That’s finally changed wit...
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fatducktech.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-15
The Steel Series Stratus is an exceptionally good IOS game controller, but the price leaves an awful lot to be desired.The Steel Series Stratus is a seriously cute iOS 7 MFi controller. It looks — more or less — what I'd imagine would happen to an XBox On...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-11
Great buttons overall, Lag free mobile gamingHigh price, Small for larger hands
Although SteelSeries already has an iOS controller out on the market called the SteelSeries Free it does not quite jive with iOS 7, so now the gaming peripheral company is out to improve and iterate on the design with a new controller called the Stratus.L...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2014-01-11
Great buttons overall, Lag free mobile gamingHigh price, Small for larger hands
Although SteelSeries already has an iOS controller out on the market called the SteelSeries Free it does not quite jive with iOS 7, so now the gaming peripheral company is out to improve and iterate on the design with a new controller called the Stratus.L...
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tuaw.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-10
iOS game developers have been swinging for the fences with massive, high-profile mobile games for years already, but they've been doing it without a physical control option. Touchscreen and tilt controls work fine for many genres, and these digital contro...
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