VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator for the indoor boy racer

Posted on Apr 11 2009 - 10:21pm by Richard Sharp

si-vis-vr3rigOne of the most popular genres of computer games are racing ones, if only all the boy racers on the roads would restrict themselves to the onscreen variety of racing games then the UK roads would be a much happier place. If however all the boy racers got the VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator for their next birthday or Christmas present then maybe the problem would be obliterated anyway.

The VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator is an amazing bit of gaming kit and will keep all the speed freaks firmly in the seat of the racing simulator. You really do have to be a dedicated gamer to purchase this bit of kit which at £699 is not for those on a tight budget. Of course another thought to bear in mind is you need to have the room to keep the VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator in once you have assembled the flat pack kit. Yes, we said flat pack kit, you have to assemble it yourself so a good working knowledge of meccano will do you well at this stage. Then to enjoy the VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator all you need is a screen, steering wheel, pedals and a gaming console and you are ready to rock n’ roll.

Once assembled and installed however you will find that all that hard work has been worthwhile and all your video gaming friends will be green with envy. When you hook them up to your copy of Gran Turismo and let them enjoy the thrill of the ride without a hand controller in sight, they will be begging to visit you place every night to relight their fire.

The VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator is an expensive purchase, and you have to get all the additional add on’s once you have paid out all that cash, but think of it as a way of releasing all that pent up Lewis Hamilton energy. Once you have tried the VisionRacer VR3 Racing Simulator, there will be no going back to a simple controller for your racing games.

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Richard Sharp is the founder of gadgetsandgizmos.org. He loves technology, gadgets (comes with the territory) and social media. You'll find him writing features, attending events and playing with cool tech. Life's good.

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