Fanatec Porsche 911 Turbo S (CE) Review - PAGE 2

- Friday, November 6th, 2009 Like Share



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VeGiTAX2 Nov 7, 09
Something to note is that Fanatec is offering other shipping options, direct to customer or to factory then to customer from the plant producing them. The difference is about a few weeks so it might be worth it to go direct to customer instead.
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Dogsbaby Nov 7, 09
Wow, looks awesome. But the price tag...
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VeGiTAX2 Nov 7, 09
The pre-order price was a lot lower at the time for each edition but the retail price is pretty far up there.

It's really a shame because I think it would be less if the system had competition, the problem is actually having a company shell out for the auth chips for their products and getting MS to approve them. The stock MS wheel is completely outclassed against the Fanatec but that's all there is for options. :/

Great wheel but its a dose of reality for how no options really exist for the platform.
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Xenctuary Nov 10, 09
Wow, this looks amazing! I'd imagine the price tag wouldn't be so high if there was a larger market.
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VeGiTAX2 Nov 10, 09
quote Xenctuary
Wow, this looks amazing! I'd imagine the price tag wouldn't be so high if there was a larger market.
Actually... >> it jumped almost $150 from the pre-order price. for $349 this would be a pretty sweet deal.
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