The Freddy's out here on the Coast of Oregon has carried various quantities of Tritton, Madcatz, and Saitek over the years. Today they carry the Trigger, Primer, Madcaz stereo headphones for Xbox 360, and the headphones adapter.
"For an touchscreen app to work on MOJO the developer must go back and reclassify it." And that will take, how long ? How long does it take to order a pizza? One phone call, and its done. Software producers will want MOJO on their options for sales. You're argument sets up a false dillema.
I haven't seen you here for long, hardtogetnewalias, but in that short time, you've proven that talk IS cheap. But then, to be honest, I have no idea what you get paid for each of your bash posts.
I may be wrong on this, I hope I am, but compatible PCs mean those with Nvidia graphics cards only. I hope Mad Catz is able to standardize to all/any variety of graphics.
Fred Meyer has had both Trigger and Primer on the shelves since they started shipping. They tried the Kunai Wii, but both the Mad Catz and Turtle Beach versions with near identical price and packaging failed to sell.
It doesn't matter what number they need, you'll spin it to seem like MOJO is a non-starter. As a basher or a pumper, you fail -- you have no cred on this board.
Go to the store, access the brands menu and select "other" at the bottom -- then scroll down to platforms and select "Xbox one". It should pop right up.
If you're on the sidelines, then why the "Sell" sentiment. Sorry, you have no cred with me, as you post like a person talking their book -- Shorty.
Ron, I agree that some of the posters, like you, probably could have been agreeable without the subpoena route. However, I remember the slanderous claptrap: adultery, children born from office affairs, etc, that was being bandied about. Those spewing that trash are gone now, and while you suffered some stress, you unwittingly contributed to an arguably better board.
Ya, I found a Kunai, a RAT7, and a RAT3 at BBY yesterday. I had to look at tons of other gaming hardware before I found them.
My PC is already "directly" connected to my PC, however, some video games won't allow streaming to a second screen.
The fact that Nvidia is the proprietary PC graphics card if you want to stream from a PC with MOJO, is in my mind, the primary mover in why Nvidia wants MOJO to succeed. I build my own PCs and I installed ATI graphics cards in my present build -- I can't stream with a MOJO from my PC. When I build my next PC, I will lean strongly toward Nvidia cards. This is a no brainer for Nvidia. Swisslake just doesn't get it -- you do.