Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog vs Saitek X55

Joystick is a computer input tool in the form of a lever or a stick and can move in any direction, while the paddle games are usually square or square shape made of plastic equipped with knobs that will set the motion of an object in the computer. This tool can transmit two or three dimensional directions to a computer and it is commonly used as a complement to play video games with more than one button. If in playing your game using joystick, among the following products Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog vs Saitek X55 you can make an option to accompany you to play the game, following review.

Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog
The Hotas Warthog USB dual-throttle joystick is the result of an intense collaboration between Thrustmaster’s development teams and members of the “simmer” community. Weighing in at more than 14 lbs and using metal for the joystick, throttle handles, and bases, The Hotas Warthog joystick is physically imposing. When you take into account the 55 fully programmable action buttons and 2 four-direction hat switches, each with a built-in push button (the first joystick in the world to incorporate such a feature), it becomes clear that The Hotas Warthog is in a class of its own. The product’s final mechanical component, the control panel, provides an extensive number and variety of controls. It includes a friction wheel, allowing users to manually adjust the resistance of the throttles according to their own taste. It also features backlighting for functions, which users will certainly appreciate for night flights; the 5 programmable LEDs are also a plus for use in dark or low-light conditions.

Saitek X55
Inspired by controls found within actual fighter planes, the next-gen X-55 Rhino H.O.T.A.S. System for PC provides utmost control over simulated aircraft. Built to the same exacting standards of Saitek’s award-winning Pro Flight accessories range, the X-55 Rhino delivers a multitude of customizable options never before seen in an H.O.T.A.S. System. The X-55 Rhino’s stick and throttle units each utilize their own separate USB connection, offering greater flexibility during customization. You’re free to situate the controls exactly where you want them, without the need to keep them tethered to each other. Saitek’s new software provides the ability to completely customize all of the X-55 Rhino’s axes and buttons. Using the X-55 Rhino as a foundation for Saitek’s modular accessories, easily add Combat Rudder Pedals and a multitude of Switch, Navigation, and Instrument Panels to fully customize your flight simulator. Commercial or private, seasoned or novice, you have the ability to equip your flight simulation setup with all the essentials needed to vastly improve your skill set and muscle memory.

- 16-bit resolution
- Surgical precision stays sharp over time
- H.E.A.R.T HallEffect AccuRate technology
- Unique replica set of the U.S. Air Force A-10C's joystick, dual throttle system and control panel 3D magnetic sensors (HallEffect) on the stick
- 16-bit aileron and 16-bit elevator axis greatly enhance stick accuracy
- Adjustable stick force via advanced 4-spring system
- Twin throttles with friction adjuster and throttle lock
- Separate USB connector cables on throttle and stick units

Thrustmaster Hotas Warthog vs Saitek X55
Talking about which products are the most superior, the two products above have their own advantages, even the button- and switch count is almost similar but for convenience in its use, you are advised to choose X55 because though it´s made of plastic, the processing of the stick and throttle is quite ok. Not sure if you can get another HOTAS system which is obviously better for about the same price. Also, its very light compared to the Thrustmaster Warthog.