Sink your teeth into Ideazon's newest gaming device

Subject: General Tech | July 17, 2006 - 12:25 PM |
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If you find yourself frustrated with the placement of keys in your favourite games, consider the Ideazon FANG gaming pad.  All your keys are in close proximity, and it is easier than trying to manually change key bindings in-game or with a config.ini file.  Read the full review at [H]ard|OCP.

"If mod files are what you're after, first check to see if the FANG supports your favorite titles. For

the average desktop gamer, the FANG makes a comfortable and neat, if unnecessary, toy. We think

Ideazon over-hypes the mods available through the Z Engine software a bit. However, gaming with the

FANG makes for a nice change of pace, as long as you're willing to spend a little time retraining your

fingers.

For laptop users and left-handed mousers, however, the FANG holds the potential to transform your

gaming experience. We would have loved to have the FANG around back when we were evaluating our heavy

gaming mobile solutions; the Dell XPS M170, the Sager 9750-C, and the Hypersonic Aviator CX7. "

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Source: [H]ard|OCP
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