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Logitech goes wireless with Wii racing wheel

Now racing aficionados who own a Nintendo Wii can get on the action and rejoice to see the newly announced Speed Force Wireless.

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Earlier this summer, Logitech debuted the Driving Force Wireless steering wheel for the PlayStation 3. It was essentially a streamlined, downsized version of the Logitech Driving Force GT, adding wireless connectivity to the console and dropping the gearshift--and making the whole rig a lot more living-room-friendly for casual gamers.

Now the company is applying that same basic design to the Wii. Except for the Nintendo-friendly color scheme, control setup, and built-in brake and gas controls, the Logitech Speed Force Wireless is a near doppelganger of the PS3 version: it utilizes the same sort of contoured, expandable lap (rest rather than a table clamp), and it's completely wireless except for the power cord. Look for the Speed Force Wireless to hit stores soon for $100.