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Number of Reviews: 2
Average Rating: 10.0 / 10
Manufacturer Website: Click here
Suggested Retail Price: $160

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The hardware on the HATRED board was developed with two primary concerns: overall speed and wireless expandability. Each HATRED board comes equipped with a high-performance wireless transceiver, an industry first, which is fully capable of an almost unlimited array of wireless applications. The HATRED hardware is wholly capable of long-rang transmissions, computer and PDA synchronization, wireless "intellifeeds," and more.


Compatible with both reflective eye'd SFT Shockers and break-beam eye'd NXT Shockers.
Computing capabilities which are ten times faster than any other aftermarket gun board.
Twenty-two fully adjustable firing modes.
The most advanced shot processing software in the industry.
32 separate wireless addresses
Product Availability 
The Hater Paintball Hater Shocker Board is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
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djtropiklfred Saturday, March 8th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
3 months5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Blackheart board
Nerve board
Marker Setup: black toxic shocker
hatred board
evil pipe kit
cp shorty reg
hybrid cam lock feed neck
new designz roller trigger
check it on/off

Strengths: Fast
Insant on
LED lights
Compatibility with symbio board
Great customer service
Weaknesses: FSDO still (see review)
Review: I love this board. This board comes to show what the shocker really has to offer. The programming is easy to do. All you have to do is follow the light scheme. Just remembering what color means what takes some time to get used to. I seen this board first at the NPPL 07 Commanders Cup and wanted it instantly. This board can be wirelessly synched to the halo b symbio board. So with every trigger pull, the halo will feed. The faster you pull the trigger, the faster your hopper loads. I still got FSDO, but then i emailed tech support and got a return immeadiately. It ended up being a small flaw in the older boards. But i went to another event and they reflashed it for FREE, and it works GREAT!!!
Conclusion: Buy this board and the Symbio board for your Halo B
10 out of 10
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3442 Wednesday, August 6th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

4 years
Products Used:
Tadao, blackheart, virtue
Marker Setup: Nxt shocker with 15*VA, Hater board, hybrid grips, freak, and a symbio'd loader
Strengths: Easy to use
Plenty of modes
Nice package
Weaknesses: Battery harness seems cheap and rubs against the board
Review: Well, the products (shocker board and halo board) both bome in their own individual hard plastic case. The halo board includes a clear page of instructions with a "hater" sticker whereas the shocker board come with an instruction panflet and those hater barrel band.

The instalation of he shocker board is simple and fits right in like the stock board. However, the battery connected is the soft version with the wire on the left instead of the hard one on the stock board which makes it a little more difficult to fit the battery in the grip. Not much of a biggie tho.

The halo board however is a pita. Its always a paint to reassemble a hater with the eye and motor wires dangling everywhere. however, read the instructions and be aware that the hater board is thicker than most halo board in order for it to fit snuggly and thus its normal for it to be harder to install.

Alright, now that both boards are in, its time to rock! the shocker board is as easy to set as a virtue. by holding the trigger and pressing the on button, you can easily program your gun, just make sure your dipswitch if at off.

The syncing of the board is fairly easy, just read and follow the instructions!

I've set my ABS at 2ms, my AMB at 25, my eye delay at 1ms, and my dwell at 16 and i have been shooting +-4fps using whitebox. Using reballs i've shot crazy lazer beams! honestly, this board rocks!

their is some fidling to do in order to get the most out of your new board. If you have any concerns, contact Ryan Santini at Hater and he will answer you rapidly.

EDIT: I've shot about 1000 rounds in it in two days. The first bad was whitebox and shot just fine for whitebox. The other paint is some old hurricaine my teammates and i bought for 20$ a case. We had never been able to get a pod without having multiple barrell breaks, terrible accuracy, and chops. However, with the symbio combo i've shot a little more than 500 rounds with only one chop at the end while ramping at 18ish bps to test out the gun. I mean, this paint is so brittle i can drop it knees high (and im only 5'8) and have it break!
Conclusion: Having shot Virtue, blackheart, and tadoa, i can say they all (evidently) outweight stock board in every aspect. However, Hater brought something new with the symbio combo and has tagged along with virtue's moto of great customer satisfation, bang for the buck, and easy of use products. This board is amazing and worth every penny i paid for it!
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, August 7th, 2008 at 5:40 pm PST
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