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Logitech Freedom 2.4 GHz Cordless Joystick


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  • Have complete freedom of movement during gaming with cordless technology
  • Ten programmable buttons, eight-way hat switch and a precision throttle
  • Comfortable stick with intuitive button placement
  • Turn on a dime with precise twist-handle rudder control
  • 50+ hours of game play with 3 AA batteries (included)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.8 x 10 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006OP9C
  • Item model number: 963283-0403
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2002

Product Description

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Enjoy the performance of a corded joystick, without the cord. Using the strength of the 2.4 GHz cordless technology found in today's cordless phones, you can stop being limited and start stretching out. Logitech also has added a wealth of buttons and features to the Freedom 2.4 to give you all the control you need for flight sims, racers, and mech games. Plus, its cool design, featuring brushed aluminum and metal highlights, makes winning look oh, so good.

The Freedom 2.4 is compatible with computers running Windows 98, 2000, Me, or XP, or Macintosh OS 8.6 and Input Sprockets 1.7 (not included) or later. An available USB port is also required. The Logitech Freedom 2.4 comes with a one-year warranty.

Product Description

It's called a "joy" stick for a reason and in this case it's due to the exhilaration and freedom of gaming cordlessly. This ultra-responsive cordless joystick features an easy-twist handle with aluminum trigger and weighted rubber base. The high-speed 2.4 GHz receiver (included) connects to your USB port to deliver reliable, lag-free performance up to 20' away. Other features include precise rudder control, 8-way hat switch and 10 programmable buttons. Comes with set up guide and CD-ROM software to customize buttons, download game profiles, assign shift buttons and more. Requires Windows 98/2000/Me/XP or Mac OS 8.6 or later and Input Sprockets 1.7. Imported.

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Performs very well, comfortable, and good trim action.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Nathan on April 22, 2003
This product is one of the first well made wireless joysticks i have ever used. The actual joystick uses a great blend of comfort and abilities. Most good joysticks now days tend to have lots of buttons but lack in there general comfort. This stick is capable of almost all of the great features of some of the other $100-$200 sticks and still is able to make long term gaming a breeze and greatly improve not only the stick but the game its self. Now you can't forget the fact that the logitec wingman is cordless this means that when it is time to put it away for other games that don't use the joystick you are able to move it quickly with out making your clean computer area look cluttered and not having to unplug any cords.
Pros/Cons:
Pro's
-5 star Comfort
-Good stick options (including side2side turning and throttle)
-It's WIRELESS
Con's
-Bad set up program
-5th button weirdly placed
GREAT JOB LOGITEC!!
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Rheumor on March 21, 2003
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I am a big fan of all things cordless, and so I thought I might try a cordless joystick. My reference point has been 5 faithful years of service from a Microsoft Sidewinder Pro.
The Logitech installed easily in WinXP. I ran the included CD, plugged the tiny USB transmitter into an open USB (2.0) port on the back of my PC, and then installed the batteries (3 AAs) into the stick itself. Synchronization took 5 seconds; I pressed the button on the front of the transmitter box and then a (any) button on the stick, and it was done. I used the software to calibrate in 2 minutes and was ready to fly.
Flying in MS FS2002 was very good with this stick. The 10 buttons on the stick are a snap to program with the software.
In my other flight sim, Fighter Ace 3.5, it wasn't as smooth a result. The kinds of ACMs required by a combat sim are necessarily more precise and I've just had a difficult time getting the right amount of damping. Maybe I'll get the hang of it as time passes, but for now my kill ratio has crashed.
The stick itself is well built and quite nicely layed out (i.e. good ergonomics). It sits comfortably on my lap, is light weight without being flimsy and its base is very easy to grasp. I have every confidence it will not break easily.
Overall, I'm encouraged. I hate clutter and the lack of one more cable on my desktop makes me happy. Of course, if I keep getting lit up, it'll be back to the Sidewinder, but for now I'm working on it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Earl P. Thayton on February 3, 2004
I was really pleasantly surprised by the Logitech Freedom cordless joystick. The first thing I noticed--it fits your hand really well. The second thing was that it is very, very smooth. This is hard to describe, but on some sticks you have a hard time making a clean circle... it always feels like you are fighting the stick a little... or more accurately, like the resistance isn't perfectly even at all positions. Not so with the Freedom. It has a great feel, very even, and just the right amount of resistance. It takes some getting used to if you are coming from a force feedback joystick, though.
It has a load of buttons, and for the most part they are placed very well. My only quibble is with the throttle. Mine isn't loose or anything, but I don't like the position very much. I think I would have preferred having it on the side, more like a Sidewinder, but to be fair it certainly works where it is. I would have really liked two hats too, but that's more of a sim junkie feature so I am not surprised there is only one. (The one hat it is equipped with does have a great feel, it is easy to hit the diagonals.)
As to the cordless feature, well, it works perfectly. I haven't gotten interference from my Logitech MX700 mouse or my cordless phone (though it is 5.8GHz so not in the same band). To start using the stick, you just click a button. A green LED will light up on the stick for a few seconds to show it has syned up with the base. It will go to sleep after a few minutes of disuse.
If you are looking for a precise and comfortable non-force-feedback joystick, or if you just want to cut the cord, I recommend the Freedom very highly.
(Now, when will Logitech make a complete flight controller suite, with an external throttle, collective and all that good stuff?!)
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By "brennonh" on August 21, 2003
To get it out of the way I will start out by listing my ONLY greavance with it. The throttle is very small, poorly placed, and to loose. That out of the way I am proud to say I am very happy with it. The handle is very ergonomic. Movement of the stick is smooth and just the right amount of resistance. It has two more buttons then any joystick Ive had before and they are all will placed and useful. The rubber hat switch works great and stays under your thumb and the rubber base holds it very secure on the surface, It never slides! These atributes alone make it well worth the money So the fact that its wireless is almost like a bonus. Its amazing how conveniant it is not to be on a cord. I am very happy with it and will probly purchase from logitech again.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on February 18, 2003
I replaced my Microsoft Sidewinder Precision pro with this controller. This controller simply ROCKS! It well constructed and has a great feel. I love the way the stick feels when moving it. It has just the right tension. I found myself scoring better with this joystick when playing Battlefield 1942 than with the Microsoft stick. Pluse the good part.... ITS WIRELESS. I notice 0 delay. The only nitpick I have is the connection between the stick and the receiver is only good for 2 minutes. If you don't use it for 2 minutes it loses sync. It takes about 1 to 2 seconds to resync the devices. At first I found myself rolling off the back of the carrier until I could get the connection back up. Now that I know about it, its not a problem. It is still an awesome stick and well deserves 5 stars!!
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