The X-56 Rhino's control surfaces are incredibly accurate, courtesy of a 16-bit aileron and elevator axis, each employing hall-effect sensors. Developed from the ground up, Saitek's 16-bit axis solution enables extremely precise flight. A ground-breaking, adjustable stick spring system allows pilots to alter the force required to move the stick. Four springs of varying resistance are included to provide a total of five different options. Choose the spring - or no spring at all - which best accommodates your style of flying. The X-56 Rhino boasts twin throttles - ideal for situations in which your primary engine is disabled and you're down to one - and also provides the option to adjust the friction required to move them. And if your aircraft of choice is single-engine, a handy throttle lock effectively converts the twin throttles into a single unit. Saitek's software provides the ability to completely customize all of the X-56 Rhino's axes and buttons. You can adjust deadbands and response curves to fine-tune axes to respond as you wish; all buttons can assign any number of in-sim commands, such as afterburner, Frame Shift Drive, target lock and weapon group firing. The software also allows programmability for an array of mouse and keyboard commands - from basic single-key inputs to very advanced, timed, and macro commands.
- Evolving the H.O.T.A.S
- Mini Analog Stick Control Surfaces
- Customise lighting to suit your setup
- Ideal for use whilst wearing a HMD
- Enhanced Stick Accuracy via Advanced 4-Spring F.E.E.L. System
- With Friction Adjuster and Throttle Lock
- At least 231 Programmable Controls