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The Simpit Reviews the Thrustmaster TMX Wheel

The Simpit Thrustmaster TMX Review

The Simpit Reviews the Thrustmaster TMX Wheel

Shaun Cole of the Simpit reviews the Thrustmaster TMX Wheel. This TMX is an entree-level product that represents one of the least expensive force-feedback steering wheels on the market. Shaun puts the TMX trough its paces in order to find out what you get for $199.00.


 

Thrustmaster TMX Force Feedback Wheel

Build for the entree level market, the TMX Wheel features the same specs as the Thrustmaster T150. While the T150 was aimed at the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and PC market, the TMX wheel is essentially the same product, but this time for the Xbox One.

The TMX wheel is equipped with a high-performance force feedback motor offering adjustable intensity and the 11‚ÄĚ/28 cm¬†diameter wheel rim features a 270 to 900 degrees rotation angle.¬†The TMX Controller operates in 12bit¬†and allows for a 4096 read-out resolution by means of an optical sensor. The rim is made out of plastic¬†but is coated with a rubber layer. Furthermore, the TMX features a set of metal wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters. The strength of the force feedback is adjustable.¬†The wheel rim is fitted with twelve¬†push buttons and a D-pad.

The rim is made out of black plastic but is coated with a rubber layer. Furthermore, the TMX features a set of metal wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters. The strength of the force feedback is adjustable. The wheel rim is fitted with twelve push buttons and a D-pad.

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