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Saitek P1500 Rumble pad - FrostyTech.com Saitek P1500 Rumble pad
Mon Dec 04, 2000 | 1:23P| PermaLink
"The P1500 employs what is becoming the standard controller shape, borrowing heavily from the original Playstation design. An 8-way D-pad dominates the left, while four buttons configured in a diamond shape adorn the right side. Four triggers are placed within easy reach along the top of the controller, and the shift, rumble on/off, analog, and start buttons sit squarely in the center of the pad. A single mini-joystick is paired with a throttle wheel, distinguishing the P1500 from most of the pads on the market. The throttle wheel is simple to use, and grooved to prevent slipping during an extended round of gaming. The top of the mini-stick is textured with what looks like a Radiation warning symbol, and I didn't have and problems with the stick slipping under my thumb during play. The D-Pad, on the other had, is almost flat, and could use a little more grip on the surface. One interesting feature that should be mentioned is that ability to lock the axis on the mini-stick. A small button on allows the ring around the stick to turn, up locks the vertical axis, turning it down locks the horizontal axis. The axis lock is not perfect, there is still a small amount of travel along the locked axis, but it is a useful feature for game requiring a single motion."
FULL STORY @ MAXIMUM3D
(http://www.maximum3d.com/reviews/saitekp1500.htm)


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