Een magere 6 voor Microsuck Sidewinder Game Pad Pro. Ik had zelf wel beter verwacht gezien de voorgaande Game pads..... The good: Great space-age look; fits the hand well; programmable; dual-mode D-pad offers versatility. The bad: D-pad is very difficult to use in long and strenuous gaming sessions; expensive; no throttle or POV hat. Configuration: U-shaped gamepad with six action buttons, two triggers, one D-pad, and one "Shift" button. Programmable: Yes Interface: USB The successor to 1996's SideWinder Game Pad just isn't worth the hassle. As a matter of fact, despite a cool appearance, the SideWinder Game Pad Pro is perhaps the most disappointing Microsoft control device to date. Certainly the Pro looks dramatic, with black controls set against a shiny slate-gray, U-shaped housing. And it feels pretty good, too, with a thicker base and handles, better balance, and a less restrictive grip than that of its predecessor. All controls--six action buttons on the right, two triggers underneath, and the "Shift" button and a D-pad on the left--are easily accessible to any size hand. I was particularly enthused about the audible "click" sound and the solid action from the underside triggers. Een groot en duidelijk plaatje...