HardwareCentral heeft een review klaar van de ThrustMaster Nascar Pro Digital II, een stuurwiel met USB aansluiting. Force Feedback ontbreekt bij dit type, maar de prijs is met $60 dollar lekker laag gehouden. Daarvoor krijg je volgens onderstaande conclusie een stuur en pedalen van prima kwaliteit:
Overall we were quite happy with the Nascar Pro Digital II.
Physically, the construction quality is quite good. After weeks of gaming, the Pro Digital II shows no signs of giving out. The springs have retained tension quite nicely, and overall the Pro Digital II still feels like new.
The drivers and software for the Pro Digital II are excellent for the most part as well. Aside from the initial problems we had with the early drivers and Windows ME, we havenít encountered any problems. ThrustMapper is a fairly decent piece of software, also.
In terms of usability, our only complaint is that the pedals did tend to slip a little underneath our feet. However, with a little bit of ingenuity, and a bit of rubber matting, that problem was easily solved. Other than that, the Pro Digital II plays excellently. The rubber grip does a wonderful job of keeping the wheel from slipping, and the Paddles and Shifting Knob work and are positioned wonderfully.
And really, $60 is an extremely fair price. When you consider the cost of a new processor or video card, $60 seems downright cheap, and itís arguably the best way to make a racing game more enjoyable. Quake nuts really donít need this at all, but for even a mild racing fans a device like this makes for an extremely enjoyable game.