Made of precision-engineered, top quality materials, the X52 includes a mass of features to create the most realistic flying experience.
The Throttle includes Multi-Function display (MFD) indicating profile selection, Mode, control Shift state, as well as time; flight time, standard time, destination time, and set up moves; the progressive throttle lever includes tension adjustment, detents for afterburner and idle; and the unit houses two fire buttons, scroll wheel with built-in button, mouse controller/hat switch with left mouse button, eight-way hat switch, and two rotary controls. There is also a clutch button which initiates 'safe mode' to allow on-the-fly profile selection, or to display button functionality without activating.
The Joystick is built around non-contact technology on X and Y axes and constant spring force to reduce free play, improve control and increase durability. The unit features a 2-stage metal trigger, four fire buttons - including missile launcher with spring-loaded safety cover for instant access - and a conveniently positioned metal pinkie switch provides shift functionality to double up on programmable commands. There are two 8-way hat switches - one predefined as 'point of view' - 3D rudder twist and a three-position rotary mode selector switch with LED indicators. The base also includes three spring-loaded, base-mounted toggle switches for up to 6 programmable flight commands and a 5-position handle adjustment system to suit all hand sizes.
Both stick and throttle have rubber grips and ergonomic design for increased comfort and fatigue-free gaming and part metal construction for increased durability and authenticity.Product Highlights
- The most fully integrated PC Flight Control System
- Precision engineering, ergonomic design and a detailed fusion of features deliver maximum aeronautical authenticity
- Advanced programming provided by Saitek Smart Technology (SST) software
- Enhanced gameplay through intuitive Multi-Function display (MFD)
- Illuminated buttons and MFD - ideal for low light environments