Speedlink Phantom Hawk Flight Stick Review




/ 6 years ago

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A Closer Look


The Phantom Hawk comes hard-wired with a 2m USB cable.

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It features a wide base for extra stability and is held in place on your desk by four suction cups.

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There’s an extended handle on the back of the stick; although this is mostly for aesthetics than any practical feature.

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On the base of the Phantom Hawk you’ll find six programmable buttons; three on the left, three on the right.

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At the top you’ll find an 8-way hat switch, the D-Pad and a single red button.

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There is a throttle slider on the left front side of the base.

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Finally, there are two triggers on the back of the flight stick; the top one rests under your index finger, the lower will rest under your little finger.

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The suction pads are pretty standard, but more than enough to hold it in place on your desk; assuming you have a compatible surface.

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