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Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick


942-000008(ATTACK3P) (Logitech / TV Game Accessory)

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Logitech Extreme 3D Pro Joystick

Precision twist
rudder control

It’s all in the wrist

Research has shown that advanced flying comes down to
instincts and reaction time. To assist pilots, our lab boys designed a custom
twist-handle rudder for Extreme 3D Pro, resulting in natural one-handed control
with a smaller device footprint.


12 programmable

Customize your load

Extreme 3D Pro has every command at your fingertips and
exactly where you want it so you can keep your eyes on the horizon. Each
programmable button can be configured to execute simple single commands or
intricate macros involving multiple keystrokes, mouse events, and more.

Some profile settings require Logitech Gaming Software to be
enabled and are not supported on Linux and earlier Windows-based operating


8-way hat switch

Put your thumb to

Quickly and easily switch from points of view to weapons and
more—the 8-way hat switch is designed to accurately capture specialized input
specific to flight sims.



Lock on and let loose

Pull the Extreme 3D Pro trigger as fast as you want or need,
confident that every twitch of your finger will be captured without missing a


Comfortable hand

Enjoy the flight

Fly one more mission or take down more enemies in comfort,
even after hours of action. Sculpted curves support and form to your hand for
hours of comfortable flying.


Stable, weighted

Knows it’s place

An extensive study has shown that having a joystick sliding
all over the place in the thick of the action is detrimental to performance.
The heavy base will hold fast without tipping for lifting while you do your




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