> > I was curious about the @migo. It sounded like the iPaq and I suspected it
> > behave like one. Good to here that they don't have the iPaq button problem.
> But they do have a button problem. He just didn't mention it. ;) The Amigo can
> only recognize 2 buttons at one time. So you can't move diagonally and use an
> action button at the same time for example. Still way better than the useless
> iPaq "gamepad." But not as good as the fully functional Casios.
> I'm still waiting for Casio's supposed new model release at the end of June. :)
> Gimme an EM with 200+Mhz and 64MB RAM and I'm buying!
Aha, so there is a problem :) I thought I heard mention of some kind of issue when I was reading the brighthand board.
Will the new Casio have a CF slot or that dippy memory stick?
If its a CF slot I may buy one as well. I am the ultimate gagdet gurue and hate to have to decide. Thats why I have an iPaq AND a Casio E115 :)
If compaq fixes one thing in any of their future releases I wish it would be that gamepad. But if their previous attitude about the joypad is still the same as when the problem was reported to them, we will never see it fixed. A shame really.