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Logitech G Pro Flight Yoke System

$249.95

945-000023(PROYOK) (Logitech / TV Game Accessory)

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Logitech Pro Flight Yoke System, Professional Simulation Yoke and Throttle

The Aspiring Pilot’s Introduction to Flight Simulation Hardware

Whether your preferred plane is commercial or private, the Saitek Pro Flight Yoke with included Throttle Quadrant is a must-have for beginning and advanced flight simulation enthusiasts. Delivering realistic and precise control while enhancing muscle memory, the Yoke and Throttle Quadrant with five total axes simulate what it feels like to truly fly an aircraft. Saitek’s Pro Flight equipment is modular and interchangeable, and the Yoke anchors a comprehensive flight sim setup. There’s no better way to begin your flight sim experience than with Saitek, the market leader in high-performance flight simulation hardware.

Simple Plug-and-Play Installation

The Throttle Quadrant connects to the Yoke via PS/2 connector cable, and the Yoke directly connects to a USB port on your PC or Mac. You can then simply load your favorite sim, set controls in the sim’s options menu, and you’re all set for virtual flight without the need to load drivers or install extra software. The Yoke’s four-foot-long USB cable frees you to place the controls where they’re most convenient for you.

Pro Flight Yoke with Durable Metal Shaft

Unlike the mostly plastic offerings on the market, Saitek’s Pro Flight Yoke utilizes a durable stainless steel shaft with precision bearings for smooth, predictable elevator and aileron control. Whether navigating the front-to-back, side-to-side, or vertical axes, all controls are right at your fingertips. The built-in stopwatch is perfect for timing approaches, and if your PC lacks available USB ports, an integrated USB Hub* provides a docking station for additional Saitek hardware

Powerful Programming Software (PC Only)

The Yoke and Quadrant combo comes with 25 buttons and switch positions, more than enough to assign the essential controls in your favorite sim. However, if you need even more programming capability, simply go to the Downloads page* on Saitek.com and download the Drivers and Software for your computer’s operating system. You can then use a three-position switch to cycle through three different modes. The ability to switch modes elevates the total number of user-definable controls to 75.

Rugged Mounting Hardware

Saitek’s Pro Flight Yoke and Throttle Quadrant are both equipped with adaptable mounting clamps which provide the freedom to configure your kit in any manner you see fit. Whether on top of your desk or clamped to the front, you can securely place the controls exactly where you want them.

Fully Customizable to Meet Your Needs

Saitek’s Pro Flight Yoke is the foundation of an authentic flight sim experience and built to harmonize with many other Saitek flight simulation products. Saitek’s range of Instrument Panels are modular and interchangeable by design, and can be situated one on top of another or side-by-side. Want the Altimeter above the Compass? Done. Want your Vertical Speed Indicator to the left of your Airborne Direction Finder? Go for it. It’s your choice. Easy-to-use mounting brackets provide the means to arrange your flight simulation setup in a configuration only limited by your imagination.

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Logitech

Logitech international S.A is a global provider of personal computer peripherals and mobile accessorises. The company was founded in October 2, 1981 in Apples Switzerland by Daniel Borel Pierluigi Zappacosta Giacomo Marini. The company has a worldwide service area with their headquarters located in Lausanne, Switzerland. The company’s website is www.logitech.com. Their other websites are www.ultimateears.com and www.jaybirdsport.com. The MX Air Mouse, a device which allows a user to use natural gestures to control a PC was produced by Hillcrest Labs Freespace motion control technology licensed by Logitech in 2007. By the year 2008 in December, Logitech announced that it had produced one billion mice since 1985. However in their production of tablet devices, Logitech Company suffered a loss in 2013 but they were able to make profit the following year.