Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Speed Wheel

79
Global
Score
79

A good product that falls short of greatness.

How we score

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IGN says:

Despite the argument over the peripheral's necessity, the device does work accurately and as advertised. The real question is whether or not you want to hold the wheel in the air for the duration of an endurance race.
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Scores

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Breakdown

Ergonomics / comfort
8.0
Durability
8.0
Accuracy / responsiveness
8.5
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Specs

Xbox

Type
Racing wheel
Control features
Trigger
Connection
Wireless
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Specs

Xbox

Type
Racing wheel
Control features
Trigger
Connection
Wireless
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