DreamGEAR?s i.Glow 2.4Ghz Wireless
comes all pimped out with an aesthetically pleasing surface texture and internal LED lights and chrome painted accents. The rubberized grips on the side and the ergonomic design help you keep your grip while playing. I found that the i.Glow 2.4Ghz Wireless
is a bit heavy, probably due to the four AAA batteries, but overall, it?s very comfortable to use.
I found that the i.Glow 2.4Ghz Wireless was very responsive while playing my games. The controller goes into its Sleep mode only if you pause the game or leave it unattended for an extended period of time. When in this mode, I typically turned it off and right back on and it was instantly detected by the receiver, so I could keep on playing.
The Turbo feature is pretty nice. It?s very easy to set up and use, and just as easy to deactivate. Holding down an action button (including the shoulder buttons) and pressing the Turbo button toggles the Turbo setting for that button. There is only one speed setting ? the default ? but it seems to do the job decently in the games I?ve used it with.
The ?dual shock? feature that typically wires PS2 controllers is absent in the i.Glow 2.4Ghz Wireless controller. Actually, this isn?t a big surprise, as the vibration feature uses a lot more battery power than the LEDs do. If you?re looking for the rumble, keep looking. If you?re looking for a cool wireless controller, this is the perfect candidate.