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Logitech's $400 Racing Wheel

Logitech announces plans for the G920 force feedback racing wheel for Xbox One and PC and the G29 for the PlayStation 4, saying they expect to release the PS4 version next month and the PC/Xbox One version in October. These are clearly intended as high-end peripherals, as the $399.99 price tags make them at least as expensive as the consoles they support, and they include premium features such as steel pedals, a nonlinear brake pedal, a dedicated clutch, and steel paddle shifters, though a six-speed gearshift will be an optional additional peripheral. Here's word:

Realistic Force Feedback
Engineered with dual-motor force feedback, the Logitech G920 Driving Force realistically simulates the feel of weight shift, road conditions, and tire wear, so you can sense under- or over-steering, traction loss and more. With helical gears modeled after the gearing used in real world car transmissions, you get exceptionally smooth, quiet and precise steering action. Anti-backlash hardware also keeps the wheel and pedal input tight to maximize control.

Durable Design
Built to last, the Logitech G920 Driving Force features solid steel ball bearings in the wheel shaft, anodized aluminum spokes, and stainless steel paddle shifters and pedals. High-quality, hand-stitched leather gives the Logitech G920 Driving Force the look and feel of a high-performance racecar wheel, and ensures a more comfortable and durable user experience. Additionally, built-in clamps and bolt points allow you to securely mount the wheel to a table or racing rig to minimize shifting or wobbling during aggressive maneuvers.

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