Product Comparison: Thrustmaster T150 vs Logitech G29
- The wheel is belt driven along with gears for the force feedback. This wheel feels much more realistic and less choppy than the Logitech wheel.
- Excellent force feedback and steering feel. It is noticeably smoother and more realistically that Logitech's wheel.
- The force feedback mechanism in the T150 feels like it is directly out of a $400+ wheel.
- The arrangement and layout of the buttons on the steering wheel are intuitive and easy to use -- even when using this wheel with PS VR where you can't visually see the buttons.
- The pedals are nice and responsive and the feedback from the wheel is strong.
- Light enough to be portable to friends house along with your PS4.
- Good FFB effects for curbing, wheel slip and wheel centering in games like Assetto Corsa and PCARS 2.
- Good size, all of the standard PS4 buttons (with four additional programmable if your game allows it), nice tension, and POWERFUL force-feedback.
- The force-feedback in F1 on PS4 is strong enough to make the wheel very heavy to where my shoulder is fatigued after a race for two. I like it.
- The slight dead zone in the middle of the wheel before feeling forces.
- Connected the steering wheel and the light was on and I was able to play it with the free Dirt 2.0 demo.
- I just connected it to the PC and it worked fine, then tried on the PS3 worked fine too.
- Great wheel, very accurate and has a ton of movement. Force feedback works fine, connected to my pc and needed no setup to work in forza horizon 3.
- Never worked. I tried connecting to several PS4s and it never picked it up.
- Sent it back. Would never connect with the PlayStation.
- Plug and Play. No PC updates needed, everything just works out of the box.
- The mass majority of racing game that supports wheels already have Logitech G29 wheel support natively.
- The wheel itself connects to the desk/table/whatever via two clamps that you can screw with some hidden hand screws. Very decent cable length.
- The build quality is very very good. The wheel leather quality is great, to the point it’s nicer than many cars I’ve been in. Assembly and connections were straightforward.
- My husband wanted this for a simulation game he plays. It's easy connected to a gaming PC and easy to use. He enjoys it much more than his keyboard.
- The pedals, though plastic, have a very solid construction.
- The paddle shifters are metal and they have a very responsive "click" to them.
- The only thing that you are sacrificing at this price point is the pedals. They seem decently built, but the brake pedal is a little weak.
- The biggest con is that there are no "hard mounting" holes on the wheel or the pedals.
- The steering wheel, though it is very rigid and firm, is clearly made of hollow plastic with two cheap rubber grips on it.
- Low-cost entry wheel kit solution for PS3, PS4 and PC use.
- Don’t need an elaborate or expensive sim rig to use. Mount to wheel stand or desk.
- Hard mount and desk mount solutions. Desk mount clamp actually works.
- Solid design, good tension, nice base, light weight.
- Carpet ant-slide doesn’t really work. Need to add a block behind the pedals to keep from moving.