Need a racing wheel to go with Project Cars? Logitech's just-announced G920 could be just the ticket. This wheel has a spec list that wouldn't look out of place in a Ferrari showroom, and it boasts compatibility with both the PC and Xbox One.
On the outside, the G920's rim is wrapped with genuine leather, and its dual paddle shifters are hewn from stainless steel. It offers a two-and-a-half-turn lock-to-lock range, for a total of 900 degrees of rotation. Dual force-feedback motors communicate what's happening under your digital tires, and dual helical gears promise a smooth, slack-free steering feel. Logitech says its anti-backlash hardware prevents slop in the wheel, as well.
The G920 includes a set of stainless steel pedals for heel-and-toe action. An optional six-speed shifter is available for those who want to row their own gears. The wheel, pedals, and shifter are all compatible with Playseat simulation chairs, as well.
Racers will need to pony up $399.99 for the wheel and pedal set when the G920 hits showrooms in October. The six-speed shifter is an additional $59.99. Both are available for pre-order from Logitech today.
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