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Try Out The New SimXperience GS-5 G-Seat At The 2019 CES

Try Out The New SimXperience GS-5 G-Seat At The 2019 CES

SimXperience GS-5 G-Seat

Try Out The New SimXperience GS-5 G-Seat At The 2019 CES

SimXperience Racing Simulators and partner Earthquake Sound have announced they will be exhibiting their latest products at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. No doubt, many of the visitors will be excited to see the highly anticipated SimXperience GS-5 G-Seat.

This new and innovating motion seat is the second generation G-seat produced by SimXperience. Powered by strong industrial grade electric motors, the GS-5 is the successor to the class-defining GS-4, which set the original high bar for motion feedback realism. With in-depth refinement and extended durability testing, the GS-5 improves on the GS-4 in every way with race-ready performance, comfort for long endurance races, highly detailed vehicle feedback and spectacular good looks. The GS-5 can be integrated into just about any existing sim racing setup.

SimXperience states that the GS-5 G-Seat can provide Sustained 6 Degree of Freedom (6DOF) G-Force and Tactile Feedback Cues that will put the Reality in VR. Visitors of the SimXperience CES booth will not have to take their word for it, as they will have the opportunity to try out the GS-5 for themselves. During the exhibition, the SimXperience booth will feature a fully equipped VR enabled Stage 4 Motion Simulator setup for you to try out.

SimXperience Stage 4 Motion Simulator with GS-5 G-Seat

The SimXperience GS-5 G-Seat will be available soon for US$ 2999.00. (We will keep you posted when more details become available.)

Besides the upcoming GS-5 G-Seat, the Stage-4 motion rig on display will also be fitted with 4 Earthquake Sound MQB-1 tactile transducers powered by the SimXperience SimVibe multi-dimensional tactile feedback software. Furthermore, the SX booth will showcase some of the latest high-end Earthquake Sound products such as the MPower 8 and award-winning Supernova MKVI.

Between January 8th and 11th 2019, you can find SimXperience and Earthquake Sound at the World Trade Center Las Vegas at booth 20600 in the South Hall.

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