Logitech Attack 3 Joystick
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|Item Dimensions||7 x 9.75 x 6.75 in||8.8 x 9.2 x 8.4 in||9.53 x 10.39 x 10.43 in||9.8 x 8.6 x 8.5 in||10.39 x 9.01 x 10.7 in||9.25 x 10.75 x 8 in|
No matter how you like to fly, the Logitech Attack 3 Joystick will give you maximum control with minimum hassle. As soon as you wrap either hand around the comfortable handle, youll immediately feel the smooth performance and precise control that tell you one important fact this is no ordinary joystick. Plus, the enhanced firepower of the 11 programmable buttons on this stick will help put you at the top of your game-and keep you there.
Top customer reviews
The joystick feels very solid in the hand and has good resistance. The buttons require just enough pressure and give a satisfying click to let you know you pressed it right. The trigger is perhaps a hair sensitive, but that's probably not a bad thing when you're playing a combat flight sim game. While I haven't been using the joystick for very long yet, I am very pleased so far.
There are some reviews claiming that these do not work with Mac computers. What can I say? I'm glad I didn't listen to them. This is a quality joystick that worked instantly with my Mac, so please don't be afraid to purchase it.
I'm returning both sticks and going with the Thrustmaster T Flight HOTAS X, because it offers a twist as well as a separate throttle and stick.
This seems like a perfectly decent joystick, but it's just not what I need for X-Plane. And I just learned that trying to play Warbirds with it is an exercise in futility and frustration.
With this Attack 3 stick I can use it instead of game pads in those same sports games as it has lots of buttons (like a game pad) that can be programmed. The stick has a heavy movement spring in it which I really like, as I never cared for the easy to push wimpy ones. The handle is comfortable to use too. Has the closest feel to those old Gravis sticks of all the sticks I have.
It's great for flying of course but it would have been nice if the throttle feature was a little bigger or more realistic. It just doesn't feel right when you're using a tiny little lever to control some massive engines on a jet. But I guess that's what higher end models are for.
I wouldn't recommend using this for 18 Wheels or Steel: American Long Haul or any other driving game as it gets very tiring having to constantly hold it down. Get a wheel instead.
For Ship Simulator it worked pretty great. The throttle was very handy to use.