Bring the F1 race track within your rooms with the Vesaro Simulator systems
For all those wishing to become Schumachers and Barrichellos, have are yet to realize the dream or simply wish to get down to serious hi-definition gaming, Vesaro stimulator systems are here to spoil you silly. With as many 9 options to choose from, with prices beginning from £999 ($1,568) till £16,578 ($26,020), serious gaming as reliving the F1 race track dream just got a step closer to reality, along with great sporting aesthetics as well. With options to create your own rig design, the flexibilities are even more than before.
All the simulators have a few features common, which includes the fabrication and coloring scheme; the structures are made from stainless steel which have all been given a black finishing. Also the unique design also includes a very sturdy platform, and a unique mechanism which doesn’t have too many hinges, which perhaps eliminates the weak points. Beginning with the base model of the series, the V-Core Black which sports the Cobra Monaco Pro FIA bucket seat, adjustable height and distance travel seat, along with technical support for the G25 and G27 parts, and also the Fanatec and Thrustmaster T500RS. The modular design allows for addition of a motion system, or a triple display set. The additional benefit includes the 10 year warranty on all the Vesaro manufactured components. The price tag £999 ($1,568).
Looking at the other end of the spectrum is the Motion X model, which carries a price tag of £16,578($26,020). Along with the price tag, the features seem to have been packed in as well. The main additions would include the D-Box motion physics triple axis 4 actuator systems which have a PC support only. There are also the triple Samsung 40-inch LED 3D displays with their chrome stands, apart from Logitech Z906 THX 5.1 surround sound system, and also a gear stick mount apart from all the benefits from the base end model. However, if this doesn’t suit you, there is always the Motion R Black to pick from, which comes with a slightly lesser price tag of £11,478 ($18,012).
From the jazz that we see here, we could say that these sets are perhaps the premium of all that we have covered, and also has something for every serious gamer out there. Just in case, you would like some comparisons, the Forza Motorsport 4 limited edition or the RevoZport GT5 could be worth taking a look at.