Wolf King Ultimate Warrior Gaming Pad
Author: Zahn Funk
Editor: Shawn Knight
Date: 07-27-2007
Provided by: Geeks
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Closer Look

The Wolf King Warrior comes in four different color choices: red, yellow, black or blue to match or contrast your other input devices. It is shipped well-protected by a molded tray and plastic wrap along with a user manual. There are not any user-definable keys on the Warrior, each of the 55 buttons is fixed at its labeled value, although for a game pad this is a good amount of keys. In addition to the standard number, letter and function keys, the Warrior also incorporates volume up/down buttons. The user manual goes into some detail as to the key layout and how this affects a typical FPS game, using Counter-Strike as an example.





The bottom of the Warrior has two folding legs at the top much like any standard keyboard, that can be flipped down to raise the height of the game pad, although it is already designed with a slight incline to it. There are no keys placed around a spot near the base to give you room to rest the heel of your hand and wrist on. Several rubber feet at various points on the bottom prevent it from sliding around. The attached cable is a standard length, around 6 feet, and has a USB connector on the end. A red LED (not pictured) above the ESC key along the side lights up to indicate when the unit is plugged in and receiving power. There is no driver required for the Warrior to function in Windows XP.

Now I'm going to try out the Warrior with some FPS gaming.


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