Summary: I love this game pad. The only reason I am giving it 4 stars instead of 5 is because my first pad died five weeks after I purchased it. CyberSnipa agreed to exchange the device, but it took about four weeks after I mailed the defective pad to receive my replacement. The desk I have has a very small keyboard tray. In fact, it can hold just a keyboard and nothing else, making gaming a real pain. I decided to try this game pad and it has worked very well.
Summary: I really like the key setup on this, it's great for my WoW gaming. I do however think the keys are a bit hard and you kind of have to mash them. Also, after using it for a while, the blue lights start to get on your nerves and can be distracting if you play in a darker room. Overall, good product for the price because I really didn't know if I would like/use one of these. Has a long cord so worked well when I hooked up my computer to my TV and played off that.
Summary: I bought this to make it easier for my Fiance to play a game. I've used it a little to check things out and the only problem I have with this one is the number buttons are not in a convenient set to hit the correct buttons quickly. She isn't a big gamer like I am so she doesn't find any problem with it and for the price it is all I needed.
Summary: The product arrived early and in good condition. It works great on a mac book air and windows desktops. Plug and play no problem. This is the only gaming pad that has this many keys(37) laid out pretty well. Logitec and Razor do have some cool features but for $30 I thought this was worth a try. it's a bit strange at first having the W key centered to the #. I've been using it a week now and still have trouble reaching for the 1 and 2 keys.
Summary: So, with all the research I did before buying this product, I kept asking myself if this was something I would really use. After buying this product, I have found a few things out: For starters, it does not have any software required to run this, so that is nice. But, it acts like a little keyboard... that's it. No macros, nothing really all that cool about it. Just a nice little keypad to make it a little easier to position your hand, nice little palm rest, etc.
Excellent game pad but be aware of a potential problems
14 March 2010
Summary: I received the Cyber Snipa game pad V2 about a week ago and so far my experience with it has been great, but there are a couple are a couple issues to be aware of. As a gamer that isn't used to playing fps's on the PC, I struggle using the keyboard while playing online. I feel that even a fraction of a second spent searching for a button is too long when playing competitively. I was dying so much in Battlefield Bad Company 2 that I wasn't having any fun!
Summary: For PC gamers like myself who have difficulty enjoying game play using your keyboard QWERTY or WASD keys for movement, this is a must have for you. The Cyber Snipa Game Pad V2 is a quick study. Just plug it into an open USB and it's ready for use. The gamepad key setup is configured so your attention can be on the game and not having to look at the keyboard to insure you are pushing the correct keystroke.
Summary: The cyber snipa game pad is great for fps games and for using as shortcut keys for other applications. The gamepad does not need any software and connects to your computer through a usb port and acts as a second keyboard, so if you push the forward arrow, "W" is what you are actually pressing. The only problem that i had with this product was that you have to push the buttons all the way down for them to work.