View Full Version : Ergodex DX1 Pad

01-03-2007, 03:29 PM
A completely customizable keyboard, placing the keys anywhere you want. All keys macroable.

The Pad

The Tray

The Keys


The result, any type of layout you want.

The DX1 uses a USB connection and as you can see from the pictures allows for a complete customization, allowing you to become as efficient as possible.

Learning Curve - Medium - High

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01-07-2007, 12:41 PM
I have this one, if i get a setup ready, i'll post my experiences with this nice tool. Has a nice macroing language which supports lots of timed actions which can be very nice. Will take some time so dont hold any breaths ;).

07-24-2007, 07:36 PM
Thinking about ordering this for my first boxing attempts.. anyone that has any experience from using this tool? Is it solid enough for serious gaming?

07-24-2007, 11:42 PM
how do the keys stick to the surface?
or do they move around?

07-25-2007, 12:44 AM
I just ordered one of these myself today, I'll be giving this a much better review once I receive it :) very excited!

07-25-2007, 03:43 AM
You can twist the keys to get them loose again. I stopped using this thing because its hard to get used to keys not on there regular position on a keyboard. I prefere the keyboard above this one any time.
Stil it has nice features, full macro language with some timers on it, so you can really time events and well bot a bit. But lets wait for ellays review ! :)

08-18-2007, 04:00 PM
Loved this until I got a nostromo n52 (the Dpad on the nostromo allowing for movement/keypress at the same time is win)

09-04-2007, 09:28 AM
I have had an Ergodex for a very long time now, but I am pretty new to the Dual-Boxing realm. At this point it is impossible for me to play a game without it.

1) You can place the keys where you want. If you use your thumb more you can put many keys around your thumb. If you use your index finger or pinky more you can do the same.
- I currently have 8 keys surrounding my thumb position, 6 around my index finger, and 4 around my pinky finger.
2) Ergonomically it is incredible because you can set it up in any position you want.

1) Believe it or not the keys are very difficult to move if they are close together. So if you want to modify a lot of key positions, your hands are going to hurt from trying to remove the keys.
2) Takes patience to set up.

I have two of them currently and I don't think I could play any game without them.