Thrustmaster have been in operation for many years manufacturing PC and video game accessories and today we’ll be looking at their limited edition T.Flight Hotax S joystick supplied with the new Tom Clancy fighter pilot simulation, HAWX.
To test the bundle we decided to use the fantastic XFX 4890 to power the graphics – this card won our highest Heavenly Gold Award in recent testing.
The game and Joystick both arrive packaged in a single box specially designed for the two products. In addition to the Joystick the product is supplied with a manual and the HAWX install disc. Along with product information the documents supply diagrams for preconfigured defaults used in Flight Simulator X and HAWX. The joystick requires no special drivers or software so you will be able to pull it out of the box and jump right into the action.
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