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Saw this online and was wondering if anyone here has it it yet? If so what do you think? Does the thumbsticks work? Can they be configured to work as extra keys?....... any input would be cool

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Err, dude this is for the iPhone
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Galaxy Note II | CM11 (Unofficial)

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Err, dude this is for the iPhone
It's mostly for Android, actually. The devs says "it's built like a tank" so it should be able to hold the tab (with a future add on).
The question however is good, maybe i'm not up to speed, but last time i checked the tab couldn't handle properly Wiimotes and so on.
Snes9x has already built in support.

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Kinda cool, but it would make the tab enormous

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Note III [COLOR="DeepSkyBlue"Temasek CM11[/COLOR] @ 2.5ghz
Galaxy SIV foxhound @ 2.1ghz
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Kinda cool, but it would make the tab enormous

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Just need a kickstand case for the tab and use it as a portable home console...get it without the bumpers..... wireless controllers B)


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A pretty cool idea. This would have to be used without trying to clamp in the tab though. As already stated, it would make the tab HUGE
 
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Really itching to buy this....... waiting for cm7 to be fully operational on my Epic4G before I make the buy..... when I do I will be doing some extensive testing on my SGT :D

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just got mine. I haven't tested the keyboard mode yet, I'm writing code to talk to it in SPP mode. It works extremely well and is much better than the BGP100 (less lag, better build quality), and better than the Zeemote (better bt compatibility, better ergonomics). The price is the only downside
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