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SpeedLink Quinox Gamepad Review

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Rating: 7.0.

SpeedLink are continuing to focus on gaming peripherals with their new Quinox gamepad. Priced at around the £50 mark, the Quinox features several extra buttons when compared with a traditional gamepad (like an Xbox 360 controller), as well as a OLED display which lets you tweak things on-the-fly. Could it be an option if you are looking for a new gamepad?

With 6 programmable buttons, as well as control over things like analog stick sensitivity, and up to 2 user profiles, the SpeedLink Quinox gamepad has a number of features that typical gamepads do not have. Whether it is worth the £50 asking price is another thing though – so we put the Quinox to the test to find out if it is worth buying.

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Features

  • Programmable gamepad for the PC
  • Analog sticks and digital 8-way D-pad for maximum precision
  • Ergonomically positioned left stick for comfortable analog gaming
  • 2 analog triggers, 2 bumpers and 10 digital buttons incl. Start and Back
  • 2 additional shoulder buttons – freely customisable and with macro support
  • 4 additional buttons on the back – freely customisable and with macro support
  • 2 button profiles for button assignment storage
  • 2 macro profiles for macro storage
  • 2 controls for button programming and settings
  • Practical OLED display
  • Intense vibration effects for realistic gaming
  • Stunning glow
  • Adjustable analog stick and trigger sensitivity
  • Detachable USB cable (cable length: 2.4m, micro USB to USB)
  • Weight: approx. 205g

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