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Product: Microsoft Sidewinder Precision Racing Wheel
Company: Microsoft
Estimated Street Price: $79.95/50
Review By: Byron Hinson

Racing Wheel Design

Table Of Contents
1: Introduction
2: Installation
3: Racing Wheel Design
4: Game Trials
5: Settings
6: Conclusion

The SideWinder Precision Racing Wheel looks very nice, and works well on the table, gripping onto the wheel and turning it isn't a problem either. The only problem I had was that the cables coming out of the back of the wheel kept getting in my way.

As you can see from the image below there are large number of buttons connected to the racing wheel. The left and right triggers are situated just behind the front of the wheel, this makes it much easier to use those two button during games. Next there are 6 other buttons, each of them are very easy to reach while playing. The Accelerator and break pedals are down on the floor (Obviously Byron), both feel very good and are painless to press and de-press while playing.

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