Warzone heeft een review van Mikroschoft's Zijwinder Krachtterugkoppeling.
Hier wat info uit de review:
Just like the other Microsoft products, the wheel is made of the black plastic that’s all too familiar. Looking like it belongs on Star Trek or the first Batman movie, the curved design makes it look pretty sleek and futuristic. Three vents are on top of the wheel and couple along the sides provide airflow to cool the mechanisms inside. For those with small desks, the wheel is about the width of a keyboard so it won’t take up that much more room when you set it up. The pedals plug into the rear of the wheel unit along with the power supply. One plug goes into a SoundBlaster-compatible audio card with MIDI. No USB support? That’s ok. The USB technology is still pretty new and it incurs a load on the system so I don’t feel it was a big loss not to include it. The force feedback effect only works through DirectInput 5. The wheel’s grips are nicely molded and covered with rubber to help prevent slipping. You should have no trouble gripping this wheel. Just like the other Sidewinder products, the wheel doesn’t need calibration. All you need to do is plug it in and the wheel is ready to go.