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21. Aug, 2013 14:21 (HKT)
The perfect companion for the practical gamer: Qanba's Q1 & Q6 Wolf!
Qanba has been working for over a year on these Q-series arcade sticks, perfecting the process and design to a 'T'. As one of the best sticks for a budget, the quality you recieve matches that of much more expensive stick. We chose to highlight our two favorites from Qanba.
QANBA Q1 & Q6
The reason we chose to highlight the Q1 is simply because it has all the functionality you will ever need from a regular-use arcade stick - all the while being portable. It is the perfect companion for the practical gamer. All aspects of the frame design, joystick, buttons, wire, and motherboard have been improved in the Q Series Arcade Sticks. The new design adds clamps to the body, allowing gamers to firmly attach the stick to the desk. And you'll definitely want to make use of these sticks' lightweight nature, weighing in at just 5 lbs.
The embedded design of keys helps eliminate accidental presses and the non-slip pads give users a much tighter grip in longer gaming sessions. Made with all custom parts, the Q series has been built from the ground up by Qanba. The stick itself is easy to take apart so changing parts and maintenance shouldn't be an issue for anyone.
Of course you can opt for the Q6 Wolf, the older brother of the Q1. The first thing that will strike you is that the arcade stick features a special woodland camouflage all around the unorthodox body style. With a Sega button layout and all special 'Start', 'Home', etc. functions you'll have all the buttons you'll need.
|Qanba Q1 Arcade Joystick||ASIA||US$ 69.00||1-5d|
|Qanba Q6 Jungle Series Arcade Joystick (Wolf)||ASIA||US$ 109.00||1-5d|
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