Claw

It's a solidly-constructed molded plastic device that fits the left hand, with a number of switches set at the thumb and each fingertip. In use, your hand just rests still on the desk, with plenty of wrist support, rather than jumping around all over the keyboard. It's very comfortable, and because your fingers hardly even have to move, control is very direct.

The Claw can be programmed to emulate any key or combination of keys with each of its nine buttons. Connecting directly between any non-USB keyboard and the computer, it requires no software and will run quite happily under Linux or Windows. One minor quibble is that the connector could make it difficult to access one of the USB ports on some computers.

In action, the Claw took about 10 minutes to get used to, after which control felt easier and more natural than using the keyboard (the mouse is still used with the other hand). This is a controller that definitely has a chance to capture the hearts and minds of the first-person shooter set.

Claw

Price: $99

Supplier: Ferraro Design

Phone: 0412 082 244

URL: www.claw.com.au

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