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    raaaid's Avatar Senior Member
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    without having already trackir3 i mean
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    DuxCorvan's Avatar Senior Member
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    You need Track IR (about 150$) and the Vector Expansion pack (about 50$ more).

    This is, roughly about 200$. And it's unlikely that this cool feature ever works in PF. But, even so, I'm thinking of getting one...
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    TrackIR is $139 and you can get discounts all over the place. If you have PF, use the coupon that came with it for somewhere near $30 off. Or you can use the VFP discount from our site for $15 off. I beleive clicking on the link in the associations section will hook that up. Vector is $50.

    So you could get it all for around $160.
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Charlie_52ndVFW:
    If you have PF, use the coupon that came with it for somewhere near $30 off. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    Only US customers with the big 'cool' box got that. I have the UK DVD-case version, and came with nothing.
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    Too bad we can't trade in our IR2s towards the IR3 too. With that I could get the whole works in one shot.
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    $140 or more to avoid moving your thumb and pinky a quarter inch each.

    I don't get it. Nice capability, but certainly not "necessary".
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Stiglr:
    $140 or more to avoid moving your thumb and pinky a quarter inch each.

    I don't get it. Nice capability, but certainly not "necessary". <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

    You've obviously never tried it. No hat switch or mouse can come close to how natural it feels.

    In real life if you want to see left. Don't you look left? I'm sure you don't push a button.
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