Logitech launches new professional-grade racing steering wheel and pedals intended for professional sim drivers(Opens in a new window)or anyone serious about racing games.
The Logitech G Pro Racing Steering Wheel(Opens in a new window) it uses magnetic shifters with non-contact Hall effect sensors to produce a “realistic, mechanical feel”. Dual analog clutch paddles allow dual clutch adjustment, but can also be configured to act as a handbrake or accelerator and brake pedals depending on the type of race. The wheel itself has buttons and wheels that are in the shape of a “thumb” that allows easy access to everything without having to move your hands.
The Professional racing pedals(Opens in a new window) they include pressure sensing, which allows for “enhanced muscle memory,” and the pedals are customizable. You can swap out the springs for a firmer or softer feel, and they use non-contact Hall effect sensors, just like the paddle shifters on the steering wheel. The modular design also allows the pedal spacing to adapt to your feet.
Logitech allows up to five different racing profiles to be stored on the steering wheel and uses a quick-release system for quick installation or removal from the table. You can also use the steering wheel and pedals on a variety of platforms including Windows 10/11 gaming PCs, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. No matter where you use the wheel, Logitech promises 11 newton meters of force from the all-new Direct Drive motor, and the wheel supports Logitech’s proprietary high-definition force feedback technology called Trueforce.
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Gaming accessories that claim to offer a pro-level experience will inevitably command a higher price, and that’s certainly the case here. The Pro Racing Wheel will cost $999, while the Pro Racing Pedals cost an additional $349, bringing your total spend to $1,348 for the set. They should be available before the end of September either directly from LogitechG.com or through a number of global retailers.
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