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Saitek P750 - Saitek P750
Mon, July 22 2002 | 10:48AM | PermaLink Feedback?
It's got to be the most overlooked piece of computer gear a gamer has, the gamepad. LAN Addict looks at the Saitek P750 and tells the world if the thing is good or not.

The controller itself looks like a colored rip-off of the PS Dual Shock controller, minus a joystick. It also pretty much has the same control setup as a Dual Shock, plus a throttle wheel underneath in the center. If you look at a Saitek PS2 pad, you can see the resemblance clearly. Morgan described the physical appearance as “looks like it could launch a nuclear missile. The black, gray and orange color scheme looks sweet, as all Saitek products do, and is far from being as plain looking as its Logitech and Microsoft counterparts.

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