Thrustmaster TCA Quadrant Boeing Ed. Series Add On - XB / PC - Playtech
Thrustmaster TCA Quadrant Boeing Ed. Series Add On - XB / PC - Playtech
Thrustmaster TCA Quadrant Boeing Ed. Series Add On - XB / PC - Playtech
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TCA Quadrant Boeing Ed. Series Add On - XB / PC Throttle

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TCA Quadrant Boeing Ed

Thrustmaster TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition, Replica Throttle Quadrant, Flaps, Speed Brake, Swappable Levers, Autopilot Feature, Officially Licensed by Boeing, Xbox and PC


FEELS LIKE A DREAM
TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition is an aviation system officially licensed by both Boeing and Xbox, for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It is also compatible with PC. TCA Boeing Edition, Thrustmaster’s new flagship civil aviation range, is a line of products allowing for cutting-edge new features with a highly-specific goal in mind: replicating the different controls, flight kinematics and sensations experienced by real Boeing pilots at the controls of a Boeing airliner.

SWAPPABLE LEVERS

All throttle quadrant levers (4 included) can be swapped, allowing for an ambidextrous flight experience thanks to the ability to place the speed brake and flaps levers in the user’s choice of position.

BOEING REAL-LIFE LINEAR RESISTANCE FEEL
Inspired by the real-world sensations experienced with the real Boeing Dreamliner throttle quadrant, TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition replicates the actual resistance force felt by pilots when moving the thrust levers up or down.

BOEING AUTOPILOT
TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition includes the iconic Boeing autopilot feature for realistic control of the aircraft’s altitude, airspeed and heading. The design and operation of this rotary knob were also inspired by the real Boeing Dreamliner throttle quadrant.

MAGNETIC TECHNOLOGY
TCA Quadrant Boeing Edition features proprietary H.E.A.R.T magnetic technology, for surgical precision (16-bit resolution) on each of the throttle quadrant’s 3 axes.


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