Genius Extends Line of Racing Wheels with TwinWheel FF

Genius Extends Line of Racing Wheels with TwinWheel FF

Genius  a brand division of KYE Systems Corp.,  announced the extension of their racing wheel line with the introduction of the TwinWheel FF, a force feedback gaming wheel developed for race enthusiasts who want a true-to-life experience when taking their turn at the wheel.

The TwinWheel FF is a dual platform (PS2 and PC) racing wheel that features 12 programmable buttons for total gaming flexibility and four suction cups and a C-clamp for perfect control and stability during any race – even in those hairpin turns. The ergonomic rubberized wheel with force feedback technology allows users to feel every movement of their vehicle for the ultimate driving experience. The Immersion-patented TouchSense technology allows the user to experience every bump, collision, and crash, as if they were there, live. The streamlined gas and brake pedals let users quickly speed up or stomp on the brakes, just like in real life.

Features:

* Rubberized wheel comfortable to hold
* Force feedback technology feels just like real life!
* Compatible with PlayStation2 and PC systems
* Ergonomic foot pedals include an accelerator and a brake
* Four suction cup and C-clamps fit most tables and desks

Priced at $89, the TwinWheel FF is the perfect addition to any racing game. Interested shoppers can go to New Egg.com, Amazon.com, Tiger Direct, Buy.com. Additional information on all of Genius’ racing wheels and other exciting products can be found at geniusnetusa.

Source: Genius

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