Primeras impresiones del Throttle de Virpil y de los Constellation Delta. Adelanto que aunque tiene aspectos secundarios con margen de mejora (gatillo ruidoso, pdf-guía del software mejorable), el producto de momento está a la altura de las expectativas.
Video de Noobifier donde se puede ver la base de joystick para escritorio Warbrd, los "mangos" Constellation Delta y el throttle. Lo llama review pero no deja de ser unas primeras impresiones:
Análisis de Ralfidude del throttle, es interesante y se moja en algunos puntos flojos:
Voy a colgar aquí tambien un par de opiniones que me parecen interesantes, aunque por falta de tiempo de momento no las traduciré:
Opiniones de Brudegan, sacadas de un hilo en el reddit de hotas. Me parece interesante porque tiene T50s y Warbrds y ha tenido Gunfighters de VKB, ocasión poco habitual para establecer una comparativa:
Y para terminar, otra interesante y bien organizada review del Warbrd DeltaBrudegan :After having both bases and grips here and owned a Gunfighter too i can do a little comparison.
I havent played much yet but after changing both bases to the space sim cams and the lightest springs i would say that the WarBRD is better than the T-50 base. First its a pain in the ass to change cams on the T-50 because you have to disassemble it more or less completely. With the WarBRD you just unfasten 4 screws and have access to cam and springs. The War BRD has more throw and doesnt make noises when you move the stick. One thing in favor for the T-50: the space cams doesnt have a center bump at all. On the WarBRD it has a very slight bump. I dont know how both work with the extension. There the T-50 could probably shine. For space sims i would say WarBRD is better. For flight sims im not sure since im not so heavy into that. There could be the T-50 better.
For the grips... Ergonomy wise the MT50 is the winner here. One thing negative is the pinky button. VPC should have moved it a bit higher. If you have small hands and adjust the hand rest a bit higher the pinky button becomes hard to reach. And maybe they should offer a version with a 4way hat+button instead of the thumb button only.
The Delta suffers quite a bit from the missing thumb rest and the big distance from the lowest to the highest buttons/hats. Even with a hand rest some buttons would be hard to reach.
Quality and accuracy are very good. Maybe the trigger on the Delta could have had a bit better material.
The perfect HOSAS for space sims would be imho 2x WarBRD base with MT50 grips that have twist. If you want a lefthand stick plus mouse a Delta is your only option.
The software isnt self explanatory. When you start the configuration software you have press the button "step 1: load device profile" every time. And when you load a new firmware you have to choose the file again even if it has the same name when you dont use the standard file path for the software.
For the comparison to VKB (since i had two gunfighters)... The WarBRD base has the same quality and accuracy. So unless you need the friction dampeners (for flying helictopers for instance) it doesnt matter which one you buy. The MCG is the same as the MT50 grip but with a better placement of the pinky button. So again it doesnt matter which one you buy. Although VPC uses the Warthog connector which is one of the reasons i sold my Gunfighters and went VPC (at least for the sticks). The MCG Pro is clearly better button wise. When you want to use a HOTAS for space sims then the MCG Pro shines because of the analog ministick (especially since the VPC throttle doenst have one). For HOSAS you doesnt need the MCG Pro so you can choose what you prefer.