People that are rally into flight simulation games like Microsoft’s flight simulator X like to go all out for the ultimate realism. Saitek has a couple new controllers they are looking to add to their pro flight range that will be most welcome in the flight sim community.
The Saitek Pro Flight Rudder Pedals and X52 Pro will now be welcoming a Pro Flight Yoke System with a price of $149.99 that does a great job of replicating the controls of a real airplane. The flight yoke has a chronometer for in-flight timing and a two-position desk clamp to keep the yoke in place. The yoke shaft is made from stainless steel for durability and it has a built-in three-port USB hub for connecting other flight controls.
The Pro flight Throttle Quadrant will be priced at $49.99 and has three independent levers that can be used fro throttle, fuel mixture, prop pitch or other features. The lever ends are removable and can be color coded for custom arrangements. Via Saitek
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