IMG Reviews Logitech MOMO Racing Wheel
12:18 PM | Lucian Fong | Comment on this story
Logitech's MOMO® Racing wheel is one of the many force feedback peripherals Immersion has certified for use with a Mac. After being impressed by nearly every Logitech peripheral I have reviewed, I expected the MOMO Racing to be nothing short of excellent. With a 240-degree rotational axis, six programmable buttons, two paddle shifters, a sequential shifter, "realistic" gas and brake pedals, and MOMO's prestigious name, it has the potential to set the standard for competing products to follow. Here is an excerpt from the review:
The MOMO Racing's black, three-spoke wheel resembles that of one in a Formula 1 race car. Its oblong shape is wrapped in a comfortable, grippy rubber that absorbs the moisture from your hands when you're attacking the hairpin corners. There are three red buttons on each side of the wheel within easy reach of your thumbs. Logitech even molded depressions of hex screws — used to secure the steering wheel to the steering rack in a real car — around the center to add a touch of authenticity. Behind the wheel are two paddle shifters that have an exceptionally satisfying feel. The same can be said of the molded sequential shifter found on the right side of the unit, which also has a rubber grip. This begs the question: Is the shifter on the left side in the United Kingdom and Japan?To find out more about the Logitech MOMO® Racing Wheel, read the rest of the review.
IMG Review: Logitech MOMO® Racing
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