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Simraceway SRW-S1 Racing Controller Now Available for Speed Freaks

by Conner Flynn
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Do you feel the need for speed? SteelSeries hears ya and they can help. The Simraceway SRW-S1 racing wheel is now available for all of your racing/bank heist/running people over needs.
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The motion-sensor based wheel aims to replace more expensive and bulky designs by putting everything into one streamlined form. However that just makes this offering kind of weird. For instance, the pedals are built into the back of the controller. WTF? In that case, why not just have buttons there?
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Speaking of buttons, you get about 20 of them, three dials and a d-pad, so you have plenty to keep you busy. The company claims that the wheel will work with most popular PC racing games right out of the box.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CzCacsV-bZI

You can get the SRW-S1 controller right now for $119.99(USD) from SteelSeries.

[via Kotaku]

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