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PC USB JOYPAD GAMEPAD GAME CONTROLLER JOYSTICK BLUE [Windows]
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- USB 1.1 interface (will work in USB 2.0 ports as a USB 1.1 device)
- Captive USB lead (with USB "A" plug at end)
- 8-way Directional button, Ten (10) fire buttons, Slow button
- Individual Turbo and Clear functions
- HID-Compatible with Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
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You don'thave to spend a small fortune on a USB gaming input device if you stock up on this good looking gamepad! With an 8-way directional button, 10 fire buttons, and one "slow" button, and a terrific looking translucent blue shell, this gamepad offers plenty of control for the money! Get Yours Today! Requirements: * Microsoft Windows 98/ME/2000/XP * Available USB port * No driver installation should be needed--this unit is HID compliant
Top customer reviews
After testing this product for about a week, on a mac I can get the directional pads to work and the face buttons to work, but the L1, L2, R1, and R2 buttons do not work. This product still does not work at all on a PC. The PC recognizes it, and pulls up the configure options, but the buttons don't transmit to the PC.
I stayed away from the poorly rated "super cheap" gamepads out there and when I saw the decent reviews for this one I hoped it would be a happy medium.
I can't imagine there are gamepads out there that feel "cheaper" than this. My biggest problem is the D pad, it seems to be a 4 way only directional pad, pressing a "corner" produces no movement in my game at all.
Worse, even when I simply press left or right I have to REALLY press HARD for it to take sometimes, it is not nearly as responsive as it needs to be.
Going to put this in a drawer I guess and buy one of the $40 pads, seems like that is overpriced for something like this though.
If you're looking to play N64 and other more advanced emulators, I'd shell out the extra cash for a controller with analog sticks. It's super cheap and lightweight (you could snap it in half with little effort), but it gets the job done. Besides, if it breaks, you're only out $15.
tl;dr great value, easy to configure, responsive, clunky d-pad, perfect for SNES.
Most recent customer reviews
fits good to my hand and the buttons also have a good feel.
Slow in responding
Tried on various computers - same thing.
Didn't like it at all.