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HDE® USB PC Video Game Racing Foot Pedal

by HDE
Platform : Windows
3.2 out of 5 stars 50 customer reviews

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  • Control your computer with your foot
  • Plug and play ; Color: Black
  • Size: 6' cable; 4" x 2.5" device / 1.83m cable; 6.1cm x 10cm device
  • Package Contents: 1 x Video Game Foot Switch
  • HDE® is a registered trademark and is the only authorized seller of HDE branded products
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Product Description

This plug n play switch will easily connect to your home PC. The device is great (like really great) for racing and flight simulation games. Get yours today and save!

Product Details

  • ASIN: B005JT1PP6
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (50 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,167 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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I initially bought this to modify for my use as a input switch for use with programs like Teamspeak for push to talk. After opening it up I found the control boards website of PCSensor.com which revealed it has software written for it so you can configure this to fire off any keyboard/mouse signal you want it to send. It may not look as fancy as some of the more pricey USB Footswitches marketed towards gamers but it is easily programmed and is recognized by Windows as a simple input device without any real hassle. I highly recommend this if you want to avoid paying for the name branded version of the same concept.
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Let me start by saying that I play World of Warcraft which is why I purchased this footpedal. I was looking at the creative model which has many mixed reviews and was a little more expensive. I like the idea of having a foot pedal for a push to talk feature when running ventrilo while playing. I have to say I saved a good amount of money as this thing works flawlessly. I plugged it into my pc which runs windows 7 and installed the drivers. I set what key I wanted to use and as simple as that it is working out the box. It is kinda cheap feeling but then again worth the price, just don't get too crazy by trying to stomp on it or something outrageous like that. It is definitely worth the purchase. The software can be set up to be used for other games as well but I bought it primarily for my WOW experience so sorry if it is narrowed towards that. I hope this helps out those that are wondering about this product.
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Foot switch is built from a sturdy material, long usb cable. Windows recognized the device and installed the drivers. It comes with its own software (on cd) that lets you map the switch to your desired commands(Keyboard/Mouse or String of text). It has been a life-saver when using teamspeak.
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I bought this pedal to use mumble/teamspeak during gameplay even easier. You might play with the software for a couple minutes but overall, it's easy to set up (you just designate a keyboard key the pedal will use). So in reality, you're not freeing up a keyboard key for voip with the pedal, but you do make it easier in a sense that you won't have to lift your hands off your "wasd"/home keys or mouse to communicate (without sacrificing a modifier key like alt/ctl or some other key that would be better mapped for an in-game function). Having the pedal mapped to a keyboard key could prove useful in situations where your foot can't get to the pedal (sitting cross-legged on your chair, for example). Also because of this, you could further map another function for the pedal by using a modifier key + the pedal (like for whisper/talk-to-all, etc).

The pedal's cheaply built (what do you expect for the price) and may not take a heavy beating - just don't stomp on it like you're at some rock concert and it should last you for awhile. The rubber feet underneath keep the pedal moderately stable and in position against most surfaces though. If you're looking to try out comms with a pedal, I'd recommend trying this out because of the price alone. Then if you love it, you could buy some multi-pedal platform or fancier setups - or just stick with this pedal as it does the job.
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By B. Wilson on February 23, 2014
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Very cheaply made, but what do you expect for a cheap price? I'm pretty computer savvy so I got it working without a problem. It broke within a few months of installation but I used some screws and a rubber band to fix it and it's still going. I probably could have found a better solution to repair it, but I didn't want to invest a lot of time working on it if I found I couldn't fix it so I used only items that I had handy at the time it broke. I only intended my solution to be temporary just to see if I could get it working again, and if I could, I fully intended to find a more permanent fix to the problem. It's been over a year since I installed my temporary solution I haven't bothered to take it apart and do anything else with it.

It does exactly what I need it to do, I can talk on the computer without having to use my hands which is exactly what I wanted. The fact that it's so cheaply made actually worked to my advantage when it came to fixing it after it broke. A better product probably would have been much more complicated and I may not have been able to rig it so I could continue to use it after it came apart. Since this one has so few parts and is so simply made it was pretty easy to figure out how it worked and devise a solution to repair it. As long as the circuit board doesn't fail, I should be able to fix anything else that may go wrong with this device with just a little imagination.
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Broke after 3 days. Used for mumble and the usb plug is bad and my PC does not even recognize it. You get what you pay for! Now I have to spend time trying to return tomorrow, if I can.
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Bought this to use with Ventrillo, It works great. Vent did recognize the pedal, but the older game (EQ II) did not so I ended up having to load the software and map it to the key I need if I want to use it in game.

The pedal is extremely light and I do wonder how durable it will be. I don't stomp on it and in fact I use it backwards with my foot pressing the pedal from the back. It feels better to me this way, I also glued a rubber piece of Kitchen cabinet liner to the bottom to keep the pedal from sliding on the floor. I will attempt to update if the pedal breaks.

the disk was in between the cardboard packaging and is a mini disk. It would have been easy to miss.

The program you load is fairly simple, and it only take a few seconds to set the key you want. When it first loaded it was in Chinese, but there was an option for english. It would have saved me a second of panic, lol, if they built it to load in english.

Well, less than 2 months after I bought it, it quit. It started hanging upwith the mic keyed (that was fun) then it just quit. I did a reinstall, tried it out and its dead. I plan to take it apart to see if I can find something easy to fix. It was treated very well, never stomped on and really not used that much. I am very disapointed in it
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