The T80 was released in July of 2014 as an entry level wheel for the PS3 and PS4. There’s an officially licensed version and there is a Drive Club version as well.
THRUSTMASTER T80 FULL REVIEW
The T80 was released in July of 2014 as an entry level wheel for the PS3 and PS4. There’s an officially licensed version and there is a Drive Club version as well. It retails for just under $100 and is a non force feedback base and was the first wheel available for the PS4 and comes with a two pedal set.
Again, this wheel has no vibration or force feedback.
Warranty is for one year in the U.S. and two years in some European countries
Compatibility: PS3 & PS4
Assuming it has a maximum of 270 of rotation but it’s not listed in the specs. It does say that it has Adjustable wheel sensitivity for precise driving though.
Old Thrustmaster technology with their bungy system that creates a center spring feel.
Mounting is with a desk or table clamp only for the wheel.
Native Playstation 4 compatibility where you can navigate in the User Interface
11”/28 cm in diameter rim made of plastic with rubber grips. This wheel can not be changed out
2 wheel-mounted sequential paddle shifters
11 action buttons (including 4 on the wheel) + 1 D-Pad
2 pedal set with throttle and brake that have adjustable angle of inclination for each pedal.
It’s difficult for us to recommend going with the T80 when you can spend an extra $100 and start your hardcore racing career with the next wheel we’re going to discuss, the Thrustmaster T150.
THRUSTMASTER T80 VIDEO REVIEW
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