Reviews and Problems with Saitek P3000 Wireless Pad & Docking Station
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The batteries WILL break. Here is the solution
s j "bookCrook", Amazon
25 June 2007
Summary: Saitek made an interesting battery operated wireless game pad. I like how one charges while the other one is being used so that you always have power. The problem is that the batteries can get loose inside the battery holder or that they have a problem with being overcharged.
Summary: I don't know if this problem is with the product or my computer, but the analog sticks stick from time to time. For no reason at all the left stick will make my character move in one direction or the right stick will cause the camera to spin in circles.
Summary: The gamepad itself is a well engineered product. It fits the hand well, has many buttons and the joysticks are also a nice touch. My problem as with other reviews I have read is the battery packs. One of the two refuses to take a charge. Who knows how long the second one will last.
Summary: First let me say the controller is pretty good.The controller handles great and its very light but a bit slippery The install is a bit troublesome but great support will get you up and running.The only cons i believe is you must have the docking station in view or in a least a couple feet The...
Summary: The only major problem is the battery. It "dies" after a while. Actually, it doesnt die, it's just loose inside the casing and eventaully pops out of its socket. To fix it, slide a screw driver into it to break the glue. Put the two batteries back in place, and slide the top back on. It works now!