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Transform your desk into a cockpit - the PHANTOM HAWK flightstick makes flight simulation a true experience and adds authenticity to challenging missions. With throttle controller, three control dimensions and eight-way Coolie Hat you are ready for races, spectacular dogfights and accurate rescue flights.
Ergonomically designed flight stick with hand rest for right-handed use
Coolie Hat for an eight-way all-round visibility
Perfect grip on all surfaces thanks to especially strong suction discs
Progressive throttle controller
Twelve freely assignable digital fire buttons
Force vibration for the ultimate gaming experience
Version: 1.3 File size: 3,16 MB Description: Windows drivers Operating system: Windows XP (32-Bit), Windows Vista (32-Bit), Windows Vista (64-Bit), Windows 7 (32-Bit), Windows 7 (64-Bit), Windows 8 (32-Bit), Windows 8 (64-Bit), Windows 8.1 (32-Bit), Windows 8.1 (64-Bit), Windows 10 (32-Bit), Windows 10 (64-Bit)
Is Windows® 10 also supported?
Yes, the joystick also supports Windows® 10.
How do I calibrate my joystick/flightstick?
To calibrate the joystick, make sure the Speedlink joystick driver has been uninstalled. You can then calibrate the joystick using Windows® Device Manager. You should find the device you want to calibrate listed there. Right-click the displayed device to select the ‘Game controller settings’. Then select ‘Calibrate’, follow the on-screen instructions and reinstall the Speedlink driver.
My gamepad, joystick or racing wheel has stopped working
Use Windows® Device Manager to check that the input device is working correctly. You should find the device you want to test listed there. Double-click/right-click the device name in the list of installed game controllers to access the input device’s settings. Test the device by pressing its buttons or moving its sticks. What you do on the device should be reflected on the test panel.