Monoprice debuts in simulation games with peripheral kit for racing games

The company behind the Dark Matter line of gamer peripherals – Monoprice – took advantage of CES 2022 to announce its kit for racing simulators , featuring a steering wheel, three pedals and a gearshift gearshift that also has a dedicated button for hand brake.

According to the company, when the know-how is released (the company did not confirm forecast or suggested price), the kit will also come with an assembly stand that holds all the accessories in a common position for automotive steering (read “as if you was sitting in a car ”).

Read too

  • From smart cradles to video monitors: see what's new for babies announced at CES 2022
  • Beyond Imagination robot can be controlled from anywhere in the world
  • Nokia launches four simple intermediates and one of them has a 2017 chip

Visually speaking, the products are very attractive: they all have a metallic finish that mixes shades of black and graphite, with some chrome parts to emphasize a contrast common to products made for games.

The flywheel itself is 10 inches in diameter and capable of 900 degrees (°) of rotation.

Strangely, though, the company has excluded the PlayStation 5 from the list of supported platforms — which may be a disappointment to anyone thinking about enjoying Gran Turismo 7 , slated for release on Sony's console on March 7, 2022. Xbox Series S/X , so the Forza franchise is more than assured.

In the past generation, all devices were contemplated by Monoprice: PlayStation 4 , Xbox One and Nintendo Switch , in addition, of course, to PC games .

At the fair, the company also unveiled a new mechanical keyboard and an aviation stick for high-fidelity simulators such as Flight Simulator . However, as well as the racing simulator kit, the company did not offer a launch forecast or price suggestion for any of them.

Have you watched our new YouTube videos? Subscribe to our channel!

The Monoprice post debuts in simulation games with peripheral kit for racing games first appeared in Digital Gaze .

Comments are closed.