JTT Wii Wheel tries to stick with you

Unlike other Wii driving accessories in the market, the JTT Wii Wheel has a suction cup.

Crave Asia

Japan Trust Technology, a Japanese electronics company, has just released a driving wheel for Wii racing games. Unlike other Wii driving accessories in the market, the JTT Wii Wheel has a suction cup that allows it to attach to any flat surfaces such as the table or floor.

This way, the wheel will stay in one place while you frantically maneuver through the racing course. You can also adjust the wheel to whichever angle (up to 120 degrees) you're comfortable with. All you need to do is clip the Wii remote onto the center of the wheel and you are ready to drive.

JTT Wii Wheel is available in Japan at a retail price of 3,000 yen ($28), according to GoNintendo. There is no word on whether it will be launched in other markets.

(Source: Crave Asia)

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