Someone over at Belkin must be tired of his keyboard, because they've introduced the Nostromo n50 Speedpad: a controller that almost defies explanation. Borrowing elements from game pads, joysticks, and the tried-and-true keyboard, the Speedpad is unlike any other game controller on the market.
To complement the n50 Speedpad, Belkin's also introduced the n30 Gaming Mouse. Though not nearly as radical as the Speedpad, the n30 has a few notable features that differentiate it from the rest of the digital rodents on the market.
Has Belkin created the ultimate game controller combo with the n30 and n50? Read on to find out.
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