For racing at home, Logitech introduces the G25 Racing Wheel at E3. The system includes a six-speed shifter and clutch pedal, two force-feedback motors, an 11-inch wheel, and a full 900 degrees of rotation. Logitech says the second motor makes directional forces more realistic, letting indoor drivers feel everything from the banks in the road to impact with walls or other cars. The system is expected to be available in October for $299.
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