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Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel
Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel

Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel (963260-0403)

Product ID : 355116
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Galleon Product ID 355116
UPC / ISBN 097855011732
Shipping Weight 16.45 lbs
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Shipping Dimension 17.01 x 15.98 x 13.5 inches
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Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel Features

  • Feel everything with ultra-realistic force-feedback effects

  • Exclusive design by MOMO

  • Race like a pro with a leather steering wheel, steel paddle shifters, precision ball bearings, and aluminum gas and brake pedals

  • Get all the control you need with six programmable buttons and 270 degrees of rotation

  • Start playing right away with pre-configured button maps for hundreds of popular PC games


About Logitech MOMO Force Steering Wheel

From the Manufacturer Feel everything with ultra-realistic force-feedback effects. Expert racers know that in order to win, communication with the car is essential. You communicate your desires. It communicates its condition and that of the road. This wheel, which features a force-feedback mechanism of unprecedented quality, is a great communicator. You will drive faster. Professional design means professional performance, and Logitech MOMO Force means both. It starts with the hand-stitched leather wheel designed by MOMO, one of the world's leading designers of automotive racing accessories. Add a set of aluminum floor pedals, programmable buttons, and the power of force-feedback, and you're on track for the most realistic PC racing experience on the planet. Exclusive design by MOMO Feel everything with ultra-realistic force-feedback effects Race like a pro with a leather steering wheel, steel paddle shifters, precision ball bearings, and the aluminum gas and brake pedals. Get all the control you need with six programmable buttons and 270 degrees of rotation. Start playing right away with pre-configured button maps for hundreds of popular PC games. Tactile Feedback Technology Traditionally, communication via control devices has been a one-way street. You move your mouse, joystick, wheel, gamepad, etc., and that device communicates a signal to the PC or console. Communication back to you could only come from the display (PC monitor or TV) or from speakers. Tactile feedback adds technology to control devices that allows them to communicate to you as well. Today, the two primary types of tactile feedback for control devices are vibration feedback and force-feedback. About Vibration Feedback Vibration feedback works on the same principles as the vibration mode in your mobile phone or pager, but is typically much more sophisticated. It can be used to communicate specific ideas or sensations. The effects can range from a simple buzz that serves as an alert or confirmation, to a slower rhythmic motion that simulates vibrations from an approaching train, to a single, strong jolt that simulates a collision. However, vibration feedback cannot resist your movement, assist it, or provide any directional movement or information. Because they are much simpler, vibration feedback devices tend to be much less expensive than force-feedback devices. About Force Feedback Force-feedback is a more sophisticated technology and provides people with very realistic tactile feedback. It has been widely used for some time in medical, space and flight simulators to provide lifelike training for students and professionals who make split-second decisions based not just on sight and sound, but also on their sense of touch. This cutting-edge technology has been extended to PC and next-generation console gaming over the last five years, and is now coming to the Nintendo GameCube. Force-feedback is substantially more rich, realistic and engaging than the non-directional vibration feedback to which many gamers are accustomed. Through the use of advanced software and electronics, force-feedback can move a steering wheel, joystick, or mouse as if the device were subject to real external forces. Force-feedback devices include one or more motors plus additional mechanical and electrical components and are capable of a wide variety of effects. Force-feedback can resist your movement, or assist it, and is capable of providing specific directional movement and information. And it can also provide sophisticated vibration. Logitech Profiler software for PC: Customize button functionality: Every game is different, and so is every gamer. We know that. So we provide this versatile software that allows you to have things your way "Double" the number of buttons with the shift-button: Are you a control freak? We are too. Enable the shift button functionality to turn all those buttons into twice as many Quickly switch between game controllers: Fly your