The Logitech Driving Force Wireless comes with expandable lap rest that allows users to place it anywhere they want. It works through 2.4 GHz wireless network up to 10 metres and features controls for gas, brake, shifting and menu navigation.
Logitech points out that Force Feedback technology is supported by more than 80 PS2 and PS3 titles. I think at least 75 of those are PS2 titles. Still, you’ve got Gran Turismo 5: Prologue to enjoy already, and by the time the wheel launches in August, you won’t have a long wait until Motorstorm: Pacific Rift. Midnight Club: Los Angeles looks quite promising too, but proper Gran Turismo 5 looks like it might be a very long wait.