Classic Computer Magazine Archive COMPUTE! ISSUE 41 / OCTOBER 1983 / PAGE 319

Ergonomic Joysticks

Comrex has released a pair of joysticks described as "electronically and ergonomically" designed to allow game players to improve their skills with less fatigue.

The deluxe ComMander, which sells for $44.95, is shaped like a hand-held telephone. It features a precision control, self-centering handle, and four firing buttons that have user-definable functions.

The standard ComMander, which is priced at $19.95, is designed with rounded corners and two fire buttons.

Both joysticks, which are equipped with coiled cords, are compatible with Atari 400/800, Commodore 64, and VIC-20 computers. The deluxe model will work with Apple computers.

Comrex International, Inc.
3701 Skypark Drive
Torrance, CA 90505
(213) 373-0280

The Comrex deluxe ComMander joystick is shaped like a hand-held telephone. The standard model has rounded, smooth corners to fit large and small hands.