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Thrustmaster - T300 RS
« on: June 10, 2014, 16: 08 »

The very latest technologies available

Thrustmaster accompanies virtual racers through their learning curve in terms of experience with the T300 RS, as this simulator lets gamers really take the plunge into the world of racing, and hone their driving skills for better performance. To achieve this, under the hood there’s nothing less than a genuine brushless industrial Force Feedback motor (with frictionless action), combined with a new 1080° dual-belt system to deliver super-smooth and quiet Force Feedback with incredibly responsive, realistic Force effects. Thrustmaster’s development teams have added precision to the motor’s impressive capabilities by incorporating H.E.A.R.T HallEffect AccuRate Technology®, featuring a contactless magnetic sensor: this provides 16-bit resolution, for 65,536 values on the wheel’s steering. The T300 RS also features an internal memory, upgradable firmware so that users will always have access to the latest improvements via the wheel’s PC compatibility, and a PS4/PS3 sliding switch on its base for optimal compatibility with both systems.


Detachable wheel, adjustable pedal set and modular product ecosystem

The T300 RS includes a detachable wheel, featuring the Thrustmaster Quick Release system: the wheel measures 28 cm / 11 inches in diameter, with brushed metal central spokes. Its official PS4 buttons (PS, SHARE, OPTIONS) let users access the system’s new social functions at any time. The T300 RS weighs in at approximately 1.2 kg / 2.6 lbs, for ultra-realistic inertia and Force Feedback. The wheel’s entire circumference features reinforced textured rubber cladding, for the ultimate in comfort. 2 large sequential paddle shifters are attached to the wheel: they’re 13 cm / 5 inches in height for easy access, and 100% metal. The wheel’s angle of rotation can be adjusted from 270° to 1080°, depending on the type of vehicle being driven in the game! What’s more, the wheel is interchangable with other Thrustmaster wheels (the Ferrari F1 Wheel Add-on*, Ferrari GTE Wheel Add-on* and T500 RS* GT Wheel). The T300 RS’s pedal set features metal pedals with a long range of travel, which are fully adjustable in both height and spacing – with 6 different possible positions per pedal. The brake pedal even features progressive resistance.


The T300 RS is also compatible with the Base Fixed Paddle Shifters kit* (allowing users to install stationary paddle shifters on the wheel’s base), Thrustmaster’s 3-pedal pedal sets (T3PA* and T500 RS*), and the TH8A* and TH8RS* shifters.


•    The T300 RS will be available from August 15, 2014, at a suggested retail price of €369.99 (taxes included).
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Offline Luís Branco

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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2014, 00: 25 »
Thrustmaster, the company which produces the T500RS – the “official” wheel for GT5 and GT6 - announced a new model today at the E3 game show in Los Angeles.

The new T300RS introduces full compatibility with the PlayStation 4 with the addition of the console’s new “Share” button, while retaining PS3 and PC compatibility as well. Angle rotation of up to 1080-degrees is supported, and the wheel is interchangeable with Thrustmaster’s Ferrari F1 Wheel, Ferrari GTE Wheel, and T500RS GT Wheels.

Unlike the T500, there is no clutch pedal, and the pedals themselves cannot be used in a top-hinged configuration. It is also worth noting the wheel does not display any Gran Turismo branding, with the PlayStation logo in its place at the center.

The generic branding likely means the wheel is targeted to buyers of Drive Club, Sony’s new first-party driving on the PS4, set for North American release on October 7, 2014.

The T300RS goes on sale August 15, 2014 for €369.99; pricing in other regions has yet to be released.




http://www.gtplanet.net/thrustmaster-t300rs-wheel-announced-for-playstation-4/


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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2014, 15: 03 »
Só tenho medo dos pedais. Pelo aspecto fico desconfiado mas as aparências enganam... dizem...

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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2014, 15: 15 »
Pelo que li estes pedais estarão mais próximos dos do T500 que dos TX, mas pode ser apenas marketing. Assim a olho parece-me que devem ser como so do TX.

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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2014, 15: 47 »
Oxalá sejam suficientemente bons ;)

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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2014, 15: 53 »
http://www.thrustmaster.com/en_UK/press/t300-ferrari-gte-racing-takes-whole-new-turn-playstation-4-playstation-3-and-pc-too


Inspired by the benchmark Ferrari GT race car

The T300 Ferrari GTE conveys the same values as the illustrious Ferrari 458 Challenge wheel on which it is based, namely performance, character and precision: features which will help users perfect their racing skills and shatter lap times. The T300 Ferrari GTE is a 7:10 scale replica of the wheel on the actual distinguished race car, which graces racing circuits around the world.
The T300 Ferrari GTE is a racing simulator officially licensed for PlayStation®3 (PS3)and PlayStation®4 (PS4), and is also compatible with PC – a fact sure to be appreciated by users looking to make their driving even more precise on different platforms. It combines the power provided by a brushless industrial Force Feedback motor (with frictionless action) with a new 1080° dual-belt system, for incredibly responsive, realistic Force effects with super-smooth performance. This fine-tuned attention to detail is also evident in the pedal set (with its adjustable metal pedals featuring 6 different possible positions per pedal), in the wheel’s angle of rotation (which can be adjusted from 270° to 1080°) and even in its steering axis – which features H.E.A.R.T HallEffect AccuRate Technology®, incorporating a contactless magnetic sensor providing 16-bit resolution, for 65,536 values on the wheel’s steering.
 
Designed with advanced driving in mind
Both real and virtual racers know full well that effective driving performance is made even better when you’ve got your hands on equipment with true potential. The Ferrari 458 Challenge race car is unique in this regard, and the T300 Ferrari GTE – designed in its image – lets gamers master the most hazardous racing circuits, with absolutely precise lines. It features a versatile, detachable wheel 28 cm / 11 inches in diameter, with reinforced textured rubber cladding on the wheel’s entire circumference. With 6 action buttons, 1 D-pad, 1 manettino dial and 2 large sequential metal paddle shifters which turn along with the wheel, the driver has all of the tools required for professional-level performance. The PS, SHARE and OPTIONS buttons also available directly on the wheel allow users to easily access the innovative new social functions of the PS4 system.
The T300 Ferrari GTE’s base also features 2 other action buttons, an internal memory, upgradable firmware thanks to the wheel’s PC compatibility (allowing users to always have access to the latest improvements) and a PS4/PS3 sliding switch.

To get the most out of all the potential of the driver/racing wheel combo, the T300 Ferrari GTE is part of an extensive product ecosystem thanks to its compatibility with the Ferrari F1 Wheel Add-on* and T500 RS* GT Wheel, the Base Fixed Paddle Shifters kit* (allowing users to install stationary paddle shifters on the wheel’s base), Thrustmaster’s 3-pedal pedal sets (T3PA* and T500 RS*), and the TH8A* and TH8RS* shifters.


•    The T300 Ferrari GTE will be available from August 15, 2014, at a suggested retail price of €369.99 (taxes included).

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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2014, 16: 49 »
Pronto, até posso ter o GTE que nem preciso de gastar mais por isso. :biggrin:

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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #7 on: August 14, 2014, 10: 33 »
The guys over at InsideSimRacing have gotten their hands on Thrustmaster’s upcoming T300RS wheel, taking us along for a first look.

Compatible to the PC, Playstation 3 and Playstation 4, the T300RS is the smaller brother to Thrustmaster’s top-shelf T500RS wheel, lacking some of its more professional features like the inverted pedals as well as the clutch pedal.

Like its bigger brother, the T300RS is powered by a brushless motor, Thrustmaster’s patented Heart Hall Effect Accurate Technology as well as 16 bit contactless magnetic sensor.

The wheel will go on sale later this month for a planned retail price of 369,99€.


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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #8 on: November 17, 2014, 20: 51 »

http://www.thrustmaster.com/fr_FR/societe/thrustmaster-racing-wheel-finder


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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #10 on: February 24, 2015, 15: 54 »
Venho aqui deixar um video para uma mod DIY bastante barata para quem quer melhorar os pedais do T300.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Idil5wuI33U


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Re: T300 RS
« Reply #11 on: May 06, 2015, 21: 04 »
O T500 tem um programa (t500 config manager) sera que nao há algo do mesmo genero para o t300?