This is pretty much the same as the Madcatz Fightpad but with a few small differences. I have no idea who the manufacturer is; it’s most likely by the same Chinese manufacturer the made the Fightpad which Madcatz slapped it’s name/SF license on.
-color/theme: mine came in plain black
-dpad: the Streetpad has a textured dpad, the Fightpad has a smooth dpad
-buttons: the Streetpad has plain black buttons with white markings, the Fightpad has clear buttons
-button feel: the Streetpad’s buttons have a harder click than the Fightpad buttons
-rubber grip: the Streetpad doesn’t have the rubber grip that the Fightpad has on the sides
-Home button: the Streetpad’s Home button sticks out higher than the Fightpad’s Home button
-leds: the Streetpad has blue lights, the Fightpad has red lights
-gloss: there are no gloss parts on the backside of the Streetpad
-markings: the setting for dpad is “DS” on the Streetpad for some reason
-price: the Streetpad costs half as much as the Fightpad
Everything else is pretty much the same. The wireless receivers are also interchangeable with either controller, and you can use both controllers on the system at the same time.
There is a big problem with the dpad but I’m not sure if I got a defective controller or not. The up/left and down/left diagonals have trouble registering. You have to press those diagonals harder than you would have to do for the up/right and down/right diagonals.
EDIT: Dpad Fix
It seems the manufacturer didn’t make the directional piece that hits the conducive pad thick enough. What I did was cut up some stickies and put them on each direction of the piece. I put two layers on each direction. You can substitute any adhesive paper. Add more layers for your preference. After doing that, the up/left and down/left diagonals come out with ease.
Here’s pics of the pcb. It reads: “KXPCB-PS31 20090906”. I’m guessing the latter is the manufacture date.
Judging by the spaces on the lower left/right, they probably intended to put rumble motors in: