The iPad is the perfect size for holding in your hands and playing racing games, it’s just not very comfortable for long sessions behind the imaginary wheel. Kolos, an iPad racing wheel, is looking to give your sweaty iPad hands a better grip.
The Kolos wheel can be held on its own or attached to a base with an auto-centering mechanism. A table clamp keeps the base secure. The hand grips are made with an anti-perspirant rubber coating for those times when your heart is racing as you take a corner at full speed.
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Kolos is aiming to fulfill a $ 150,000 funding goal on Indiegogo to put the wheel into production. Should the goal be reached, a $ 50 pledge will get you just the steering wheel, while $ 85 includes the base.
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