Logitech Wingman Joystick Reviews
Newest Review: ... from this extreme point, anyway. The overall shape of the device is interesting, in that it slopes down into a near point. ... more
Customer Logitech Wingman Joystick Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/11/02, updated on 22/11/02 (Very useful, 2199 readings)
Overall the Logitech Wingman Joystick seems like a good buy. It has a low cost. It has four axis (X, Y, Z, and throttle) that allows for a good flight stick. It has 6 buttons, plus the fire button. It has an 8 postion hat switch, and is USB with the help of the included connector. All of that for less than 50 US is really worth it. The stick itself has a great range of motion, though like most joysticks it has that 'box' feel to it. That is, if you pull the joystick down and to the right, for example, it feels like it's been pulled into the corner of a box and it requires some training to make smooth transitions from one direction to the next. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/00, updated on 24/06/00 (Useful, 1871 readings)
The basic Logitech Wingman looks to be a good buy. However, once in use it betrays it low cost. Initially, the stick itself feels sturdy, with a good solid base and good stability. However, under any real pressure, the base tends to slide. Meanwhile, the top firebutton feels like a return to the bad old days of the eight bit machines, when firebuttons were sticky and unreliable. It sticks almost every time, and after a moderate amount of use started to miss some clicks altogether. All this palls into insignificance beside it's current problem. After a couple of months on moderate use, down stopped working. You pull back on the stick, and nothing happens. It ... Read the complete review
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