"Like the best and worst of us all, the LinuxWorld.com.au team
enjoys a good bout of network gaming. The skill set of
LinuxWorld.com.au in first person shooter games like Quake however
is pretty limited -- until now."
"That's right. The next generation in first person shooter
control technology - the CLAW - can turn your average player into a
champion and offer the Ubergamer unparalleled control. The CLAW
(www.claw.com.au) is an ingenious device, ergonomically shaped to
fit the users hand, that plugs into your computer's DIN5 or PS2
(not USB) keyboard port. It has nine programmable buttons made to
emulate keyboard functions. Having its own embedded control system,
the CLAW does not require any device drivers (or other software)
for it to work. Therefore it is operating system independent -
crossing seemlessly into any gaming platform you like."
"The motivation for the CLAW development was simple. A
keyboard is meant for typing and not for controlling a first person
action in a game. Therefore, taking the keyboard functions and
translating them to a device that fits neatly into your hand aims
to improve functionality and control."
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