The SRW-S1 Steering Wheel features include: Portability and Authenticity Unique hybrid design brings a true-to-life racing experience to your laptop or desktop computer without the set-up, storage or transportation hassles of a wheel-and-pedal set. Full Range Acceleration and Braking A patent-pending, hand-controlled paddle system on the rear of the wheel produces full-range acceleration and braking, providing drivers with the same subtlety of control as high-end wheel sets and real-world cars. Optimized Design Over 20 on-wheel buttons and dials, each one optimized for easy access, and two ergonomically-designed rubberized grips ensure drivers stay in complete control. Plug-and-Play with Simraceway No complicated configuration required when used with Simraceway. No device drivers to load, no bamboozling set-up process to follow-simply plug-and-race. Compatible with PC Racing Games Can be used with most PC racing games although some features, including the Assists dials and the shift indicator LEDs, may not be compatible with certain titles. Complete Customizability Many of the SRW-S1 Steering Wheel's controls can be customized to suit the driving and gaming preferences of individual players. Find out more about the simulated racing experience at http://simraceway.com The Simraceway SRW-S1 Steering Wheel is available now online in the SteelSeries Web Shop for $119.99 / €119.99 MSRP. For more information about the Simraceway® SRW-S1 Steering Wheel please visit http://steelseries.com/srws1. Be sure to follow SteelSeries and Simraceway on Facebook at http://facebook.com/steelseries and http://facebook.com/simraceway.
"That is awesome, Millie second response time. Great replica."
Cool but I'm kind of prevvy to the steering wheel and the pedals combo myself... Though I do wonder how this'll work out in a gaming kind of configuration...
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I'm with Taylor on this one..I prefer the pedals and wheel also..but this could be something worth checking out. Though it seems most racing games these days are sticking to consoles only, not all but most.
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