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Hardware & Cockpit

Logitech picks up Saitek

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It’s official, Mad Catz leaves Saitek in the hands of Logitech, the Swiss hardware manufacturer. Specialist of PC simulation hardware devices, Saitek will help Logitech in making their place in the medium to high products range for driving and flight simulators.


SPAD.neXt Released

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A new replacement tool for the Saitek Drivers has been released over on simMarket. If you have a Saitek panel then you know that they significantly lack configurability. As explained in the description it will work for a various range of addons and Saitek products and you can get a 5…

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Cockpit PHD – Quadrant box for Saitek

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The Saitek Pro Flight throttle quadrant is a nice and economic device that you can double to get more engines controls, and separate brake / flaps levers. But if you are not happy with the original angle of use, Cockpit PHD comes with a smart idea : their Quadrant Mounting Box is specially…

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Cockpit Sim Parts – White handles for Saitek

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Owners of the Pro Flight Throttle Quadrant by Saitek can install 737 handles replicas on the default levers to complete change the feeling of a real airliner control in your hands. Cockpit Sim Parts lets you select them either in grey or in the new white version. Flaps, Speedbrake and…

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Saitek – X-55 Rhino H.O.T.A.S. Review

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Anyone who has ever been in the market for a new joystick, knows there’s an amazing range of products out there. From cheap and simple €20 pieces, to professional looking pieces of hardware costing €200 and more. Recently, Mad Catz has expanded our choices in the higher-end segment even more…

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Saitek Pro Flight X-55 Rhino at simMarket

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The latest H.O.T.A.S. system by Saitek can be purchased at simMarket now. The X-55 Rhino has various customizable options to take advantage of. You can adjust the stick force with one of the included springs, adjust the friction of the twin throttle control, thanks to the 16-bit axis for elevator…

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