Saitek P3200 Rumble Gamepad Reviewnismozcar - November 28, 2007
Category: Input Devices
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Popularity for PC gaming has been growing steadily for years. Microsoft has improved this experience in recent months with the release of games under its new platform “Games for Windows.” The goal for these games is to provide the feel and function of a console, with the graphical abilities of a PC. Most titles on this platform have enhanced features that shorten the install process and provide support for a wide range of aftermarket gamepads. Although most PC gamers prefer using a mouse and keyboard, there are still some of us who enjoy the feel of a contoured controller when gaming. But with so many gamepads on the market, how do we choose?
The front of the box encompasses the main features of the Saitek P3200 Rumble Gamepad. A large shot of the face of the gamepad is accompanied by badges that state the device's abilities. These include the rumble forces, programmability and the Windows compatibility. The backside details the layout of the controller and lists all of the buttons and analog sticks of the P3200 Rumble Gamepad.
The sides of the box each display a small shot of the P3200 Rumble Gamepad and touch again on the key features of the P3200.
The top is branded with the Saitek label; a picture of the Saitek P3200 Rumble Gamepad hovers above the model name. The underside of the box informs all international users that instructions for installation are included in the box.