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|8th September 2005, 17:07||#1|
Join Date: Mar 2004
Flexglow Cyber Snipa Gamepad and Mouse Pad
Normally, I'm not really big on specialized game controllers for the PC. I'm a keyboard man, always have been. I mean, I've been computing since the Apple II era, and keyboarding hasn't changed all that much. Personally, I resist change like the Great Wall resists Mongolian hordes. And mouse pads don't really excite me all that much. In fact, they put me to sleep. But Cyber Snipa asked me to look into their new Gamepad, and I thought maybe it was time to expand beyond my comfort zone. Unexpectedly, they sent me their Mousepad too, apparently not knowing my disdain for mousepad reviews, so now I find myself reviewing 2 products I'd never have gone out of my way to buy.
So, ok, I'm an idiot who resists new ideas. Apparently, I'm actually 98 years old.
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