Reply 40 of 85, by tincup
They are programmable keyboard emulators, so they should work fine one any pc with a din or ps/2 keyboard port. The only problem […]
They are programmable keyboard emulators, so they should work fine one any pc with a din or ps/2 keyboard port. The only problem is the programmer used to write you're own keystroke bindings. That will only work correct with a 66mhz or lower frontbus. I have i think the complete package, with pre programmed cartridges and slide in cards. I also have a programmable cartridge and programmer. But setting a game up is a lot of work.
The pre programmed carts support a lot of pre and win95 games so that's easy.
If i'm correct you can daisy chain up to three panels.
Bought mine back in the day and always enjoy using them.
They definitely look the part. I had a Saitek PCDash - programmable keyboard emulator as well - pretty simple to program but never liked the fit and feel of it - pressing the "keys" didn't work for me at all and the clumsy bezel around the whole thing made getting at it uncomfortable. The Quickshot stands up like a section of an aircraft instrument panel and works.