DX1 Input System $139.99
ThinkGeek has the DX1 Input System for $139.99.
Keyboards are great, but for the hardcore gamer, they are far from perfect. Just think about how many times you’ve dreamed about moving the keys to fit your hand, or to make a key execute a string of commands. The DX1 Input System was built with you in mind. Simply put, all you do is stick the keys where you want and then tell the DX1 what you want each key to do. It can be one command, it can be a string of commands - you now have the freedom to configure your ideal keyboard.
The 25 included buttons stick to the Tray in any configuration. And, if you change your mind or mess up, they are removable and moveable – just twist off and restick. The Tray is clear, so you can make your own backgrounds. Maybe you’ll label your buttons, maybe you’ll slide in artwork – the choice is yours. And the two permanent little buttons let you bring up the DX1 control panel and assign/record macros on the fly. That’s right: you can be in-game, realize you need a new key, stick it down, assign it a command or macro, and keep playing.
The DX1 works with any program and can remember a different set of macros for each program you use! You could stick down the keys and without changing anything other than the program you are using, they would serve as a pallet of commands in Photoshop, a squadron of macros for your favorite RTS, and your perfect arsenal for your fraggiest FPS! With the DX1, your competitors will hit 1 button to fire at you, while you’ll hit 1 button to fire, switch weapons, fire again, duck, switch back to your original weapon, and reload! Ultimate power and ultimate control is now at your fingertips.
Sat, 23 Aug 2008 02:07:26 +0000
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