Innovation never stops and Next Level Racing is breaking new ground with the announcement of their newest product release, the HF8 Haptic Feedback Gaming Pad.
The renowned Australian cockpit manufacturer is now exploring the haptic feedback and gaming software scene with their new HF8 system, designed to be outfitted onto any existing gaming chair or sim racing setup.
Sensory engagement is gonna be taken to the next level with this new product, allowing gamers to feel the effects of their actions on screen.
NLR HF8 haptic feedback gaming pad Innovation
The HF8 haptic feedback gaming pad by NLR is the company’s first venture into a world of heightened sensory engagement.
This revolutionary device can be easily set up on any kind of chair, whether it’s an office or gaming model or even a sim racing cockpit!
Now players have access to an immersive experience like never before, allowing them to truly feel their way through the game.
Eight connected haptic motors
This revolutionary device utilizes eight advanced haptic motors, housed in a sleek black jacket-like covering and designed to be placed on any chair.
To use it, simply connect the device with either USB or audio jack (depending on your system) plus power supply for ultimate convenience.
Each of the eight motors can be customized for specific feedback preferences, like gear shifting, accelerating, braking and engine rpm.
Specifically designed for sim racing, first-person shooters and flight simulations, HF8 from the Australian company is a revolutionary gaming chair to revolutionize your experience.
The really cool thing is that if you run over a kerb with one side of the car, only the motors on that side will activate to compensate for it.
How much does the HF8 haptic feedback gaming pad cost?
The price is yet to be announced, but we anticipate a formal launch time frame ranging from mid-December 2022 until early January 2023.
So there you have it, everything you needed to know about the Next Level Racing HF8 Haptic Feedback Gaming Pad.
This revolutionary device will be a game-changer for sim racing, first-person shooters and flight simulators, allowing players to feel every action taken in-game as if they were actually there.
We can’t wait to see it in action in just a few weeks!