Thrustmaster's F458 Italia racing game wheel is a replica of the wheel inside the Ferrari 458 Italia sports car, offering a number of Xbox 360-specific controls. In fact, it's the first racing wheel ever to be officially licensed by both Ferrari and Microsoft.
The 28-cm-wide F458 Italia wheel comes with a pedal set, which consists of a brake pedal, a gas pedal and a footrest.
The Ferrari F430 Force Feedback racing wheel represents Thrustmaster's answer to Logitech's Driving Force GT wheel. Both of them offer powerful force feedback effects and fall under more or less the same price category with the F430 wheel being slightly cheaper than its famous predecessor, albeit in the same league performance-wise. You can order the Ferrari F430 wheel via OpenWheeler.co.uk for £150.00. Free next-day shipping is available on all UK orders.
The Thrustmaster T500 RS is a high-end racing game wheel with 16-bit resolution. The T500 RS makes use of a magnetic Hall effect sensor, which ensures high levels of precision, and features a fast-responding force feedback mechanism, which guarantees a true-to-life racing simulation experience.
You can adjust the distance between the pedals as well as their height and choose between 2 positions: suspended (GT-style) and floor-mounted (F1-style).
Gear up for a super-realistic sim racing experience! Thrustmaster's TH8 RS shifter was built specifically for T500 RS owners who wish to switch gears manually using a clutch pedal and a gear stick, but it can be used by all PC and PS3 sim racing game players who'd like to feel as if they're driving a real car. The TH8 RS shifter sports seven forward gears plus one reverse gear, but you can replace the default gated, H-pattern (7+1) shift plate with a sequential (+/-) shift plate, which is provided as well.
For the sake of all T500 RS owners who want to explore the world of Formula 1, Thrustmaster released the Ferrari F1 add-on wheel, which is a life-sized replica of the wheel inside the Ferrari 150° Italia F1 racing car. You can quickly switch from the T500 RS wheel to the F1 Ferrari wheel and vice versa, since the two wheels are fully compatible with each other.
As its name implies, Thrustmaster's RGT Force Feedback Clutch racing wheel was developed for the sake of all PC sim racing game players looking for a force feedback wheel, which features a clutch pedal. The RGT FFB Clutch wheel features 10 action buttons, a D-pad (for adjusting the car's settings), a special "Force" button (for enabling and disabling the wheel re-centering mechanism during the game), as well as 2 progressive levers and 2 digital levers poised on its back. You can shift gears using a life-size sequential gear stick mounted on the dash to the right of the wheel as well.
Logitech's Driving Force GT racing game wheel features a total of 14 buttons, including the standard Start, PS and Select PlayStation controller buttons, a hat switch and a red knob offering 24 positions.
The Force GT wheel offers amazingly realistic force feedback effects and allows for a full 900-degree rotation (2.5 turns lock to lock), which guarantees that it won't break as a consequence of too much rewinding.
As far as the Logitech G27 is concerned it's not two steps forward and one step back. It's really more like a stumble in each direction which leaves it standing more or less where it began. Although it's a wheel that is improved for each tasty upgrade comes a painful omission, downgrade or flaw.
For serious virtual racers it's all a bit tragic; the company was obviously listening, addressing many G25 owners' concerns, yet in the process, whilst keeping their ears close to the ground, it inspired plenty of new complaints.
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