Logitech’s New G Pro Racing Wheel and Pedals Cost $1,348
Logitech Introduces New Professional-Grade Racing Wheel and Pedals For professional sim drivers(opens in new window)or anyone who takes racing games seriously.
This Logitech G Pro Racing Steering Wheel(opens in new window) Use magnetic shift paddles with non-contact Hall-effect sensors to create a “realistic mechanical feel.” Dual analog clutch paddles allow for a dual-clutch setup, but can also be configured to act as a handbrake or gas and brake pedals, depending on the type of race car. The scroll wheel itself has buttons and dials in a “thumb swipe”, making it easy to access everything without moving your hands.
This Professional racing pedals(opens in new window) Pressure detection is included, which allows for “improved muscle memory,” and the pedals are customizable. You can swap out the springs for a firmer or softer feel, and they use non-contact Hall-effect sensors like the paddle shifters on the wheels. The modular design also allows the pedal spacing to be adjusted to fit your foot.
Logitech allows up to five different racing profiles to be stored on the steering wheel and quickly installed or removed from the desktop using a quick-release mounting system. You can also use the wheel and pedal on a range of platforms, including Windows 10/11 Gaming PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. No matter where you use the wheel, Logitech promises 11 Newton meters of force from the new Direct Drive motor, and the wheel supports Trueforce, Logitech’s proprietary high-definition force feedback technology.
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Gaming accessories that claim to offer a pro-level experience inevitably come with higher prices, and that’s certainly the case here. The Pro Racing Wheel is $999 and the Pro Racing Pedal is $349, for a total cost of $1,348 for the set. They should be available directly from LogitechG.com or through a range of global retailers by the end of September.
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