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# 205722 24-Nov-2016 15:58
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Excellent price - https://www.amazon.com/Steam-Link-Pc/dp/B016XBGWAQ

 

Steam are also having the sale, but since it's not available in NZ I think the cheapest way to get is through Amazon.

 

In their sale you can get the Steam Link and controller for $35, but I can't see that price available on Amazon.


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  # 1676820 24-Nov-2016 16:12
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 Thanks

 

Got one :)

 

Now I can play my lego games up on my TV and never have to talk to my flatmate again :)


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  # 1676821 24-Nov-2016 16:22
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Temptation to pickup one as a why not for the price..

 

 

 

Pretty sure they aren't suited for my gaming style, but ah well.. its cheap enough right?





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  # 1676823 24-Nov-2016 16:34
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hio77:

 

Temptation to pickup one as a why not for the price..

 

 

 

Pretty sure they aren't suited for my gaming style, but ah well.. its cheap enough right?

 

 

Well you can plug a keyboard and mouse into them :) 


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  # 1676859 24-Nov-2016 16:57
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tripp:

 

hio77:

 

Temptation to pickup one as a why not for the price..

 

 

 

Pretty sure they aren't suited for my gaming style, but ah well.. its cheap enough right?

 

 

Well you can plug a keyboard and mouse into them :) 

 

 

Considering i normally play at 1ms 144hz and any perceivable lag beyond that drives me insane in a matter of seconds.... Picky i know ;)





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  # 1676904 24-Nov-2016 17:42
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Thanks - picked one up to try - and told my friends.

 

Works out at about NZ$45 delivered for the link alone - I believe the xbox controller will work with it :)


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  # 1676922 24-Nov-2016 18:51
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KrazyKid:

Thanks - picked one up to try - and told my friends.

 

Works out at about NZ$45 delivered for the link alone - I believe the xbox controller will work with it :)

 

Everything works wired, IIRC, but for wireless, you gotta use the USB dongle for 360 pads, bluetooth for Xbox One pads, or VirtualHere and the Xbox One dongle, and Dualshock 3 and 4s work over bluetooth.

 

Super tempted to grab one myself, but I just can't quite justify it for the lounge.




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