Conclusion: The T.1600M is very responsive and easy to use, the buttons on the stick itself are nicely placed and easy to reach. It’s nice to be able to just plug it in and go without having it install any extra software. I did find the buttons on the base a little to close together, but they still are usable.
Pros: Well made, No extra software to install, Plug and play, Sensitive to movements, Lots of buttons, Truly adds to gaming experience, Easy to use
Thrustmaster T.16000M Flight Stick and H.A.W.X review
30 April 2009
Excerpt: Icrontic reviews Tom Clancy’s HAWX from Icrontic.com on Vimeo . When I got the box from Thrustmaster while I was on the road, I couldn’t wait to get home and unbox it. The moment I wrapped my hands around the flightstick, I got a grin on my face; I felt like a little kid in an airplane museum who...
Summary: As you can see below, the Thrustmaster T.16000M has a pretty traditional look that really doesn't offer any frills, but is very functional. There are a total of twelve buttons on the base - six on each side of the stick.
Pros: Magnetic sensing offers greater precision, Ambidextrous design - includes button swapping, Nice fit in the hand - buttons are well placed, Multiple axis always center, No software installation required