Still stickin' to the old school controllers?

Subject: General Tech | November 29, 2005 - 01:03 PM |
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With all the Gaming mice and keyboards coming out, the old gamer's standby has fallen by the wayside.  Think Computers picked up the slack, and they have a review of the Saitek ST90 Joystick.  If you have the urge to pick up a flight or space sim, this review is for you.

'Saitek makes some great products, not long ago I reviewed the Cyborg Evo Force joystick. The

Cyborg would be considered high-end. Today I have what some would consider low end, not cheap but

lower priced. I have the Saitek ST90, billed as: 'The revolutionary foldable stick for

professional gamers', I'll admit I am not a professional gamer by no means, but I do love to play

games when I get time, which is rare these days. The Saitek ST90 is a cool looking joystick that

anyone can afford and might want to add to their holiday gift list.'


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