Date: Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009, 16:22
On Wednesday, peripherals manufacturer Logitech announced the release of its Flight System G940 simulator-grade flying kit. The unit, priced at US$299.99, contains a USB joystick, throttle and rudder pedals is the first such kit to offer force feedback via its joystick. A dual throttle allows simulated control of multi-engine aircraft using the split lever and rudder pedals with toe brakes offer better control, especially when simulating defensive maneuvers, crosswind landings or piloting helicopters.
The unit arrives with a 1-year limited warranty, is available today and can be combined with such pro-grade flight applications such as X-Plane for the Mac.