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By Michael Lam
12 September 1999

The new breed of Force feedback steering wheels are causing quite a stir in the racing department. Are they worth the money, and what about the original non-force steering wheels? I investigate each of these 6 steering wheel's pro's and con's.

Microsoft Sidewinder Force Feedback

Picture MS Sidewinder Force Feedback
150 ($250)
http://www.microsoft.com

Pros
Looks and feels good. Brilliant sturdy pedals. Includes Monster Truck Madness 2 and Microsoft Carts. Go ahead and give Bill some more of your money.

Cons
Expensive. Oddly positioned buttons and paddles.

Rating
9/10

Destiny Force Feedback

Picture Destiny Force Feedback
130 ($217)
http://www.leda.co.uk

Pros
Feels great. Option to turn off force feedback. Very drivable. Large turn radius (Over 90 degrees). Includes Andretti Racing.

Cons
No gears. Funny angle which needs getting used to.

Rating
8/10

Saitek R4 Force Wheel

Picture Saitek R4 Force Wheel
110 ($184)
http://www.saitek.com

Pros
Great wheel - nice feel, good ergonomics. Very adjustable. Good pedals. Great value for money.

Cons
Poor stick, poor paddles. Badly placed buttons.

Rating
9/10

Race Leader Force Feedback

Picture Race Leader Force Feedback
100 ($167)
http://www.guillemot.com

Pros
There aren't any.

Cons
Cheap and tacky. Don't even look at this. Everything is poor and the wheel is uncomfortable. 100? Not worth 50 of my pounds I tell you.

Rating
2/10

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