Whether you’re training to become a pilot or you just like playing Star Wars: Squadrons, a flight stick will make your experience a hundred times better. Gaming PC deals can hook you up with a powerful computer for playing Microsoft Flight Simulator on its highest setting, and Dell can hook you up with the Logitech Saitek HOTAS joystick and throttle combo for only $130. That’s because it’s currently $50 off.
Why you should buy the Logitech Saitek X52 HOTAS joystick and throttle
We’ve included Microsoft Flight Simulator in our list of the best PC games because of how accurately it represents the world with the help of map data and weather information, over which you’ll fly with planes that look and feel like the real things. To preserve the immersive gameplay experience, you’ll want to switch your keyboard-mouse combo or gamepad with the Logitech Saitek X52 HOTAS joystick and throttle. The special controllers provide precise operation that places you in the cockpit. The joystick features a spring centering mechanism that automatically returns it to neutral position whenever you let go, and an adjustable grip with five positions to choose from to match your style. Meanwhile, the throttle comes with a tension dial that adjusts its resistance according to your preference.
The Logitech Saitek X52 HOTAS joystick and throttle has powerful customization software that will let you set at least 105 programmable commands that are easily accessible through a multifunction LCD display. You can also download and create profiles not just for Microsoft Flight Simulator, but also for other flight and space simulators, so that you can maximize the use of the joystick and throttle.
If you love playing Microsoft Slight Simulator, the experience will be elevated if you purchase the Logitech Saitek X52 HOTAS joystick and throttle. They’re available from Dell for just $130, following a $50 discount on their original price of $180. It’s a tempting offer, but you need to finalize the transaction as soon as possible because we’re not sure if it will still be online if you come back to it tomorrow.
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