SVEN Scout Gamepad

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    Description

    SVEN Scout model is an entry level gamepad. It is connected to a PC via USB port and is compatible with such operating systems as Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10. The gamepad is classically shaped and supplied with two handles. A grasp convenient for a user provides a comfortable game throughout its duration.

    SVEN Scout is controlled with D-pad and twelve additional buttons. The 8-position joystick controls movements in eight directions: back-forth, left-right as well diagonally. The user can program the gamepad according to his preferences, setting secondary functions, such as weapon selection, map scroll, gear or Walk/Run modes change, headlights switch-on, klaxon use. Additional buttons provide the user with shortcut to certain options during the game. Four of them are located on the front panel of the gamepad and can be pressed with index and middle fingers, but the other eight are located on the top and are activated with thumbs. The number of buttons and their location help solve the problem of multipurpose control in the game.

    The model is equipped with Turbo function. It is indispensable in games where continuous repeated actions are required, e.g. in arcades and 3D shooters.

    SVEN Scout has a very attractive price. It is convenient and simple in use, so it will be an excellent gift for a beginner.

    Features
    • Ergonomic design
    • Supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
    • USB Interface
    • Turbo function for continuous shooting
    • 8-position joystick and 12 buttons
    Technical Specifications
    Gaming device type gamepad
    OS support Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
    Interface USB
    Connection technology wired
    Axes and joysticks D-Pad
    Turbo function available
    Color black
    Life time 2 years
    Tests and reviews
    This inexpensive model has a lot to offer: a D-pad, 12 buttons, Turbo mode for continuous firing or other actions. And all this costs about $10. Agree: today one bill featuring a portrait of Alexander Hamilton is hardly enough to buy a decent gamepad, moreover – it’s virtually impossible.
    Andrei Ahrem. www.techlabs.by, March 2012.