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Thrustmaster T300 RS: The FIRST official Force Feedback wheel for PlayStation® 4 (1080°) $249.99

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Thrustmaster T300 RS: The FIRST official Force Feedback wheel for PlayStation4( 1080°)

Thrustmaster assists virtual racers through their learning curve with the T300RS. This force feedback wheel allows gamers to really take the plunge into the world of racing, and hone their driving skills for a better performance. In order to achieve this, Thrustmaster has taken great care to create the perfect solution for any gamer trying to go to the next level in their racing games.

The T300 RS provides an unrivalled immersion, for a pure connection with the road. Under the hood there's nothing less than a genuine brushless servo industrial Force Feedback motor (with frictionless action), combined with a new 1080 degree dual-belt system to deliver the never seen super-smooth and quiet Force Feedback with incredibly responsive, realistic Force effects to really feel the road (Feel the road, don't feel the racing wheel inner mechanical structure). The silence of the motor allows you to really focus on what matters, which is premium performance on the road. Thrustmaster's development teams have added precision to the motor's impressive capabilities by incorporating H.E.A.R.T (Hall Effect AccuRate Technology), featuring a contactless magnetic sensor: this provides 16-bit resolution, for 65,536 values on the wheel's steering. The T300 RS also features an internal memory, upgradable firmware so that users will always have access to the latest improvements via the wheel's PC compatibility, and a PS4/PS3 sliding switch on its base for optimal compatibility with both systems.

The T300RS includes a detachable wheel, featuring the Thrustmaster Quick Release system: the wheel measures 11 inches in diameter, with brushed metal central spokes. Its official PS4 buttons (PS, SHARE, OPTIONS) lets users access the system's new social functions at any time. The T300RS weighs in at approximately 2.6 lbs, for ultra-realistic inertia and Force Feedback

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no bolstering in this 1990s steering wheel design??
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I've been desperately trying to find a good deal on a wheel (particularly the Logitech g29) for the ps4. I don't really understand these wheels without the clutch and shifter though, assuming the goal is provide a realistic racing performance. I somehow doubt there's a racer in existence using an automatic on the track Wink. Seems like a fun way for people to learn how to drive a stick shift too.
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I've been desperately trying to find a good deal on a wheel (particularly the Logitech g29) for the ps4. I don't really understand these wheels without the clutch and shifter though, assuming the goal is provide a realistic racing performance. I somehow doubt there's a racer in existence using an automatic on the track Wink. Seems like a fun way for people to learn how to drive a stick shift too.
After doing a bit of research I found out the Thrustmaster has a 1080 degree turn radius. And the Logitech has a 900 degree radius which I thought was a bad thing. But that's as realistic as a turn gets to a car!
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I've been desperately trying to find a good deal on a wheel (particularly the Logitech g29) for the ps4. I don't really understand these wheels without the clutch and shifter though, assuming the goal is provide a realistic racing performance. I somehow doubt there's a racer in existence using an automatic on the track https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...ilies/wink.gif. Seems like a fun way for people to learn how to drive a stick shift too.
If you're looking for the thrustmaster t300 with a clutch you can get this one a little cheaper: https://slickdeals.net/f/11080823-thrustmaster-t300-rs-gt-edition-racing-wheel-240?p=110030623#post110030623 - you can also add a stick shift.
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