Excerpt: "Logitech Attack 3 , a good joystick but not for the hardcore gamers. In my opinion this joystick is of good value, if it is priced under £25 however I believe that if it is anything over that price the quality does not match the price. The joystick has 11 buttons which can easily be programmed this is very convenient. Also it even has a throttle lever thing which I have not seen before but it does the job, however it is quite badly placed and for ...
Pros: accurate stick, many programmable buttons, does not slip, works immediately out of the box
Cons: Throttle not that accurate, not that very robust, can ache your hand
Excerpt: "...I were you, stick with Logitech as they are a great company (the guy called Pueluigi is a ver nice man, he runs the company and knows my father closely) with good customer service and quality, just this joystick is very lacking. Good luck! ...
Pros: Looks Neat, sturdy, cheap, and from Logitech .
Cons: Needs calibrating often, no rudder or button to look around cokpit .
Excerpt: "...included in the box) the Logitech software. It has a total of 10 buttons, 1 trigger and a throttle. Each of these buttons is fully customizable, however not all are in the easiest to access places when your in the middle of a mid-air dog fight! The throttle, instead of being a slide, is a rolling cog that can be difficult to adjust to a certain level. Sensitivity isn't an issue at all, applications pick up on even the slightest of budges from ...
Pros: Looks Good, Many Customizable Buttons, Small & Compact
Cons: Not The Easiest Throttle, Trouble Calibrating
Excerpt: "...thing you notice about the Logitech Attack3 joystick is its shape - it's very stylish and looks just like what you'd expect to by inside the cockpit of an F19 (or whatever). The handle leans forward and it fits very comfortably and naturally into the hand, with the main fire button positioned beautifully. The second thing you notice is that, when you plug it in (this is on Windows XP, anyway), the install runs automatically and you are ready to ...
Pros: Stylish, reliable, versatile, unbelievably quick to install, responsive
Cons: No HAT, throttle awkwardly positioned, occasionally need to reconfigure
Summary: Been using joysticks since I got my first PC Compaq Deskpro 286e in 1989. Used the Gravis 2 button Joysticks back then for my games. As time wore on, a lot of my PC Sport games only supported game pads which I never cared for. 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.
Summary: I've had the joystick for more than a year and a half now and despite complaints from other reviewers of it breaking down over time, its still working fine for me. Nothing fancy, but it works with no problems; exactly what you'd expect from a standard USB joystick.
Summary: The joystick is solid, sturdy, and contains plenty of buttons to bind your way to success. I bought this for the X games, and while that particular game requires a joystick and mouse combo, I imagine this is plenty for the vast majority of standard flying games. A great value joystick, but real enthusiasts will want the more expensive, luxurious options out there.
N'est peut-être pas le meilleur mais s'avère efficace.
Beaudry Jean, Amazon
10 March 2013
Summary: La manette rencontre mes exigences en tant que novice. J'ai cependant un problème avec la roulette des gaz. Lorsqu'en position minimale, il arrive souvent qu'elle ne répond pas je dois utiliser la sourie , allez dans le cockpit virtuelle et actionner le manette d'accélération pour réduire les gaz au minimum....ce faisant j'ai eu le temps de rouler au-delà de la piste et 'cracher' contre un arbre ou autre obstacle....!
Summary: Quick and responsive, this joystick supplies what the gamer needs to be competitive. Good construction on a solid base and hook-up is a breeze. If this one EVER fails to operate, I know I'm buying the exact same model.