Auto Gamers Rejoice!
Gamers can be an eccentric bunch
Gamers can be an eccentric bunch. They're always spending their hard-earned buying the fastest processors and the biggest screens. Well, here's something which will really get the auto gamers revved up.
Thrustmaster have released their Ferrari F1 steering wheel and add-on accessories, which bring the full features of an F1 driver to the home. The 'Integral T500' is almost identical to the real thing, and gives the gamer all the buttons and switches available on the F1 cars.
T500 will be available at local outlets including JB HiFi and Dick Smith Electronics.
Check out their website for more information (www.thrustmaster.com).
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