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Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2)

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Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2) Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2)

Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2) Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2)

Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2)

Dynam RC Tech 6-Channel USB R/C Airplane/Helicopter Flight Simulator with FMS Software (Mode 2)

Price: $31.97
SKU: 53395
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Description
- Minimum system requirements:
- 100% Pentium III or AMD Athlon/64 compatible
- processor with at least 800Mhz
- 128MB RAM
- 1GB free hard disc memory
- CD-ROM drive
- Open GL compatible graphic card with at least 64MB
- 100% DirectX compatible sound card
- Windows ME /2000/XP with DirectX version
- 9.0b or highter
- A free USB port and a trainer output on your transmitter
- Recommended system requirements:
- 100% Pentium IV or AMD 64 compatible processor with at least 1600Mhz
- 256MB RAM
- CD-ROM drive
- OpenGL compatible graphic card with at least 128M
- Package include:
- 1 X 6 ch USB RC Helicopter flight simulator Mode 2 ( Left power control)
- 1 X Driver CD
- 1 X English Manual

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Posted by Keith on 08/27/2009, 16:52
Involvement: - Ownership:more than 1 month
Price: *****
Ease of Use: *****
Build Quality: *****
Usefulness: *****
Overall Rating: *****
Pros:Why do you specify that the unit has a "left power control". Is there another standard that has the power control on the right?
Cheers,

Keith.

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