Bij Gamespot kun je een round-up vinden van stuurwielen, joysticks en gamepads.
When you walk through any computer superstore, you often come across shelf upon shelf of game controllers. There's a seemingly endless variety of gamepads, joysticks, and even steering wheels. There was no possible way to cover all the available products, so I picked out a bunch that looked interesting, were widely available, and were moderately priced. The most expensive controller was a hundred bucks, and a few were $20 or less.
I'm gratified to see more and more USB controllers on the market, though there is still a wide array of gameport-driven controllers still available. Until USB-equipped systems completely replace the older, non-USB PCs, gameport controllers will be available. The good news is that a number of them support dual interfaces - either gameport and USB or serial port and USB.
If you have a choice, USB is preferable - but it's not a panacea. For example, you'd think that a USB game controller would be purely digital, but some still require calibration. The good news is that those controllers only need to be calibrated one time - they hold calibration much better than gameport-based controllers.