When you're doing 0 to 60 in 2.8 seconds off the starting line, anticipating the sweat in your helmet, and taking hairpin turns at breakneck speeds, you need a wheel your hands and wits can trust. The Hyperkin “S Wheel” for Xbox One is an officially-licensed, wireless racing wheel built for precision manuevers and quick decision making while playing your favorite racing games. The intuitive paddle shifters keep your hands on the wheel, letting you change gears on the fly when inching past the leader. The Hyperkin “S Wheel” also features a rubberized exterior for extra grip, sleek metallic trim, and a charging dock for when you need to make a pit stop. It's hard enough to beat the leader. Now it's time to BE the leader.
More DetailsLess Details
Intuitive paddle shifters
Rubberized exterior for extra grip
Classic X,B,A,Y button set with L and R triggers
Sleek metallic trim
Convenient charging dock (up to 6 hours of gameplay)
Xbox One S Wheel Wireless Racing Controller is rated
2.8 out of
Rated 2 out of
Lonesome Kenny from
Ok but not as hopedHas alot of flaws. Rumble works only sometimes. No light to tell if charging and sometimes doesn't charge. Battery goes dead too quickly. Sometimes stubborn to connect to Xbox or computer when it has before. But to me is better than a controller once you get setup properly to each type of racing game. I hope they redesign it soon
Date published: 2019-10-30
Rated 1 out of
DON'T BUY THIS!!!Has a deadzone the size of a house swallowing sinkhole, due to the fact THE XBOX READS IT AS A STANDARD CONTROLLER, NOT A RACING WHEEL!!! Therefore, there's no way to get rid of the deadzone. Its more accurate to just use a standard controller.
Date published: 2019-06-17
Rated 1 out of
An expensive Xbox controllerAfter owning an Xbox 360 wireless speed wheel controller and loving it I was excited to see Hyperkin and Microsoft team up to bring this to market. I pre-ordered it, waited and waited and when it arrived I was excited to put it through its paces. Unfortunately all of that excitement gave way to disappointment and frustration. So lets let’s start with the good...... it is light weight and looks nice. It has a charging dock which connects to your Xbox and it charges fairly quickly. As for good, that’s about it. So lets go into the bad. It’s small, VERY small. As a wheel it’s too small. Opposite lock will force you to strain your wrists or let go of one side all together. Button locations are wonky as well. The Thumb stick on the left side is too high. To use it for anything you will have to reposition your hand. The throttle and break are controlled by the triggers but unlike a regular Xbox controller, they are in awkward positions and are uncomfortable unless you have tiny hands. The shifter paddles, while a nice feature are not big enough. You are forced yo stretch your fingers out or curl your hand to reach them. The whole layout of of the wheel is just all wrong and I simply couldn’t get comfortable with it. Programming,,,,,,,, well there isn’t any in the sense that you would expect for a “racing wheel”. All you get are the standard Xbox controller settings for dead zones which simply aren’t enough. When setting the wheel up, it behaves exactly like a controller. No matter how much or how little dead zone you have you get nothing from it as you turn the wheel and then you get sudden left or right movements just like a stick controller. It’s as if Hyperkin made no attempt at all to program the motion sensors. Take my advice and avoid this lemon. You are getting a fancy controller that doesn’t perform as well as a standard Xbox controller let along a steering wheel. For a few dollars more you can have. Thrustmaster TMX that is light years better than this thing.
Date published: 2019-06-13
Rated 5 out of
Sounds promissing buttt....Where are the pedals or am i missing something? Does the link to any other serious racing wheel