Tuesday, June 25th 2013

Genius Introduces Speed Wheel 6 MT Gaming Racing Wheel

Genius is pleased to announce the release of the Speed Wheel 6 MT. Compatible with PC and PS3, the Speed Wheel 6 MT with 11" gaming wheel, manual transmission and foot pedals brings a realistic driving experience to simulated racing. Powerful force feedback brings a new dimension to racing games. Feel the traction of the tires on the road, the vibration of the engine, the shifting of gears. The feeling of connection to the car lets gamers experience racing games to their fullest - as well as improves lap times.

All the PS3 buttons are present on the Speed Wheel 6 MT including directional pad, so you will be able to play your games to the fullest. For PC gamers, all buttons on the wheel can be bound in-game to desired functions. The steering wheel and foot pedals of the Speed Wheel 6 MT are slip-resistant for optimal performance in grueling endurance races. The two c-clamps can adjust to fit a wide variety of tables and desks. One c-clamp on each side ensures a sturdy and solid connection that won't rattle or budge. The driving wheel of the Speed Wheel 6 MT features a racy red and black design, while the rear of the racing wheel resembles a tire and shiny rim.

Product Highlights
  • 11" gaming wheel compatible with PC/PS3
  • Dual-motor force feedback
  • D-pad, manual transmission and two wheel mounted gearshift levers
  • Sturdy and slip-resistant foot pedals
  • Two c-clamps fit most tables and desks
  • Unique racing wheel design
  • Now available in the United States
  • MSRP: $89.99
Price and Availability
The Speed Wheel 6 MT is currently available in the United States for the suggested retail price of $89.99. For more information, visit the product page.
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9 Comments on Genius Introduces Speed Wheel 6 MT Gaming Racing Wheel

#1
Prima.Vera
To bad there are no quality racing games out there...
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#3
AsRock
TPU addict
by: Prima.Vera
To bad there are no quality racing games out there...
And when there was there was no wheel i did not just end up breaking which happened even more when companys like logitech used cheaper parts to keep the wheel on..

1St i had of their had a steel shaft with a steal nut but that got cheaper over time with a plastic nut which came loose much sooner. If i had known that the time i would of kept the 1st one although this was over 11 years ago and probably a plastic shaftnut and god forbid a cheaper option.
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AsRock
TPU addict
by: Prima.Vera
Pos??
Piece of shit
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#7
Prima.Vera
Too much plastic, agree. Specially to the pedals which are going first all the time...
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#8
AsRock
TPU addict
by: Prima.Vera
Too much plastic, agree. Specially to the pedals which are going first all the time...
Never had pedels go on me just the nut or fixing for the center for the wheel.. I bet those pedals do make a lot of noise when pushed though and hearing the plastic creak lol.
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#9
riffraffy
Racing with no clutch!! I tried to see if it at lest had paddles but when u expand the pictures they almost get smaller.
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