|By Keith Alger on Saturday, March 30, 2002 - 03:18 pm:|
Yup it uses pots.... Shame if I view the raw data on mine it suggests that they are not even mounted at 90degrees to each other. Also a shame that the stick length is so short the the friction from my middle finger keeps the trigger down even when I release my forefinger from the trigger. Add to this the need to add sticking plaster to the two buttons on the base so that they can be found by touch. And the fact that the stick wont go fully to down & right....
I bought this stick on the back of my normal expectations of Logitech products. Prior to getting the stick I use a Logitech Keyboard, A Logitech trackball, and a Logitech Game Pad. I expect logitech products to be well designed, durable, sometimes innovative, and ergonomically better than the pack. Unfortunatly the Strike Force 3D stick fails spectacularly in all these categories! I'm gonna bite the bullet and go back to a decent MS Stick!
|By Tom (Tom) on Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - 12:32 pm:|
|By Anonymous on Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - 12:06 pm:|
A simple question:
Does Logitech Wingman Strike Force 3D use potentiometers or some other kind of devices ?