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What the community says about SteelSeries Nimbus 69070
- "OK, let me be candid here: I am not a real gamer and I wouldn't be caught dead spending two days (or even two hours!) in my room alone with something called Asphalt 8. But the grandchildren, now that's a different story! I didn't want to spend an arm and a leg for a controller, and I wanted it to accommodate the gamut of Apple products so the kiddos could leave me at peace whether at home or in the car. Enter the Nimbus. So far it's been easy on the batteries, the kids mumble "OK" when I ask them about it (their heads down, consumed in virtual bliss as they reply) and most of all it gives me peace and quiet! I only gave 4.5 stars because I never get to use it...""This is an amazing gadget! It allows me to play games on my IOS device with an actual game controller! It fits my phone perfectly and is easy to hold on to. It only works on certain games, but I haven't had any problems yet. "
- "I wanted to get my brother a gift for his birthday. He really is into gaming so I wanted to get him something that would be of use. A store associate tried to get me to purchase a SteelSeries Nimbus 69070 but I had to tell him no. He does not have any iOS devices so it would be of no use."
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in What are the best tech gifts"Not the biggest fan of this, I'll be honest. The package says forty hours, but that's really only if it's just turned on but not being used. And only if it's on and right next to the phone, so it never loses connection and has to start looking again. If you're trying to game with it, the battery's more like an hour or two. Plus, if you're using it, you have to set the phone down somewhere unless you grow a third hand. So playing your mobile games with this thing while standing in line at the store is a no go. It's a nice idea, but they need to live up to the promises."