Genius Trio Racer F1 racing wheel

GeniusTrio_Racer_F1Trio Racer F1 is the latest racing wheel from Genius. It is designed to be compatible with PC, PS3, Wii and GameCube racing games.

It has two hand levers on the back of the wheel which will help you to to shift gears quickly, 11 built-in programming buttons that offer commonly used features in racing games such as horn, emergency brake, lights, maps, etc. and ergonomic foot pedal includes an accelerator and brake.

Genius Trio Racer F1 Racing Wheel

Key features:

  • Compatible with PC, PS3, Wii and GemeCube systems
  • Ergonomic wheel design ideal for marathon racing
  • 11 buttons and 8-way D-pad for racing games
  • Foot pedal for acceleration and brake
  • Mounting Clamp included

Genius Trio Racer F1 Racing Wheel

Specs:

System support PC, PS3, Wii, GameCube
Wheel Size 8.6 inch
Interface USB, GameCube plug
Number of Buttons 11
Foot Pedals Yes
Hand Lever Yes
Fixed base (Clamp) Yes


Source:
Genius

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