Ideazon Fang Gamepadrobgs - April 9, 2007
Ideazon has put out a number of new peripherals in the last little while. The number of products it has recently released is impressive, though it may point toward a premature release in the area of software optimization. The only drawback that I’ve seen with the Fang is the outdated software that shipped with it. The software that shipped with the Fang wasn’t fully functional in that some key features couldn’t be activated until the latest version of software was downloaded and installed.
The folks at Ideazon continue to try to optimize and perfect the gamepad peripheral platform, and with the release of the Fang Gamepad, I think they’ve definitely struck a chord among gamers. The ergonomic design, coupled with the sheer number of keys on this gamepad are sure to please. The placement of the keys is well thought out and echoes the possibility that a hardcore gamer was at the wheel in its design. The Z Engine software is intuitive and very easy to configure and master. There is a comprehensive list of preconfigured mod files available, and the list keeps growing in step with new game releases. There is almost no learning curve associated with the configuration and setup of this gamepad, making it practical for almost everyone.
- Ergonomic design
- Almost no learning curve
- Stylish look
- Reasonably priced
- Shipped with limited software