VIRPIL revisited and redesigned its most affordable joystick base, making it more complex and adding a clutch system, which suits the helicopter market. Thinking about getting it? Read on.
Some users have been feeling the need to better control the VIRPIL collective base and Laserwing is offering them a solution.
The most recent product by VIRPIL has the potential to be a simpler helicopter cyclic.
The new family member will allow for the removal of the centering spring without the stick falling to the side, making it another alternative for helicopters.
The Hawk-60 Collective grip is the second offer from VIRPIL for a collective set and, you may have guessed it, it resembles the UH-60 Blackhawk collective head.
This is not a temporary sale, but an actual decrease of the prices, which can go down by up to 20%.
The ALPHA Prime is one of the latest VIRPIL products to come out to the market. But while it’s a grip that seems to be mostly aimed at space/sci-fi games, there’s a particular feature to this model that made me take a second look at it.
VIRPIL launched a new joystick base that builds on its predecessor and comes with a feature designed for helicopter simmers. What is it, what does it do, and does it deliver? Find out in this review.
The company is expanding and opened a branch dedicated to the US market.