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It probably won't fit in your controller because it supports only up to 10" tablets, but that's something you will have to deal with anyway, because emulation is not something that you can trust on a 8" tablet - Intel Atom just won't cut it, especially for newer consoles.
What you're seeing above is only half of my review, but I promise to get back to it as soon as possible. I just came back from vacation today, so I'm kind of tired, but I will see if I have enough time tomorrow.
To everyone reading this, so far in the review I was trying to compare the headphones as objectively as possible, and it may seem that I don't have a stable opinion on them. Here's a clarification: very much like @Ervin said, they're awesome and "meh" at the same time. They don't have the kind of sound quality you would expect from equipment that you pay hundreds of dollars for, and that's OK. They don't have perfect fit, and that's OK. But everything is good with them. They don't have any big flaws. From my headphone buying experience, I can tell you that it's damn hard to find headphones under $100 that have no flaws. Some of them have a bass boost that is supposed to hide their shortcomings from the listener, some have clear resonance in one or another frequency range... And the Monk+ is just OK. It's good. And the more I listen to them, trust me, the more I'm leaning towards the "awesome" part of it and forgetting about "meh".