I have to admit that I am obsessed with TPM to some extent. So when I find out VRInsight had released a standalone TPM recently, I ordered one without much hesitation, even though I just had purchased a GoFlight GF-TPM not too long ago.
It took about 2 weeks to receive the Flight Master TPM from the company directly.
Like its bigger brothers Flight Master Yoke-II I reviewed last August, the unit is Continue reading
My new cockpit is still far from complete but it is operable now with the “new” VRInsight Flight Master Yoke-II (the Yoke) is in position.
Actually, I bought the Yoke nearly three years ago in October 2014, at which I had an intention to have it to replace my long-used Saitek Cessna Yoke and the Switch Panel altogether, because the VRInsight Yoke has already integrated most of the key switches found on the Switch Panel.
Unfortunately, the plan didn’t work out because I had mis-calculated (or more precisely confused by) the Yoke’s published dimensions. With 26 inches or 66 centimeters in depth (the company uses Width), the Yoke was far too deeper than my old work-bench could accommodate. So, it has been kept in the storage for the last three years until I finally get a bigger table to be able to use it now.
What a coincidence that VRInsight has just announced their Yoke-III. Therefore, a review for the older Yoke-II, I believe, should still shed some light for those who are interested in the new one. In particular their specifications are almost the same, except the new model has just further included a push-pull Throttle, a Trim Lever (not trim wheel), and a few pounds in weight. Continue reading
After the two DVI ports and Display port on my graphics card had each been taken by a monitor, my newly added VRinsight GPS-5 was naturally connected to the remaining HDMI port on my GTX 780 via a VGA-HDMI converter in the first place.
Surprisingly, while my FSX system continues to run smoothly, my P3Dv2 responds with serious stutters as framerates dropped momentarily under the same setup with the external GPS attached. Feedbacks to such framerate dropping issues in the last post reveal that the phenomenon is common regardless of platform and monitor setup.
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A bit busy these days and still a bit stuck in the recent holiday mood. Anyway, my long-waited GPS for my long-planned cockpit rebuilding is finally in place. It’s the GPS-5 from VRinsight.
Briefly connected it to both FSX and P3Dv2 systems last evening for integrity check and found it working best with Continue reading