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Introduces Logitech force feedback racing wheel for PlayStation – update
Logitech Announces G29 Driving Force racing wheel for the PlayStation 3 and 4. The steering wheels operate in accordance with specifications also on Windows 7 or later. Besides the steering wheel has all the three floor pedals.
The company claims to say eighteen months working with Sony to achieve a satisfactory outcome. In the leather-finished steering all standard PlayStation buttons are processed with a few extra buttons and switches. In addition, there are red-yellow-green LEDs in the steering wheel to determine the switching moment. The steering wheel itself can rotate 900 degrees, or two and half times. In the wheel two motors for force feedback. So must also feel that as tires are subject to wear or that there is over- or understeer.
The company claims to have a good look at how pedals react in a real car. For example, the brake pedal should feel that more and more pressure on the brake there will be. In contrast to most normal cars, the user can also adjust the pedal surfaces, so that the rolling movement of the foot is better. The switch can also be taken from the optional Force poker company.
Logitech is also working on a Logitech G-series racing wheel for Xbox One and PC. That is the G920 Driving Force . The wheel for the Xbox is expected in October and has almost the same specifications as the G29. The G920 must do without LED status lights on the steering wheel buttons and get inspired by the Xbox controllers.
Both the G29 and G920 Driving Force will launch at 399 euros. However, the G29 is more available, ie as from July 2015.Viewing:-183
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