Nostromo n50 SpeedPad

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This is weird bit of kit. I want to buy one but I want to know if it easy to get used to? I will be playing MOHAA and Deus Ex type games as well as Photoshop!
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I personally dont think it is very comfortable. the only issue Belkin never thought about is different hand sizes. For me my hand doesnt feel very comfortable when it is in reach of the buttons. If i were you i would go to a computer store and see how it feels in your hand. Other then that its a preety cool peripheral.

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I got the n52 4 or 5 days ago now and it is frustrating to get used too online where I am fighting with my team m8's and get the lowest scores! The keys are a bit stiff to press too :(

Give me a month and I think it will work well.
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yeah, I wanted to give one of those a good playing with when they first came out, but didn't see any in the local stores to try one out first, and I didn't wanna order online and waste my money if it turned out to be useless :)

Let us know what you think of it Johan.. Write up a good review :D

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