Logitech makes just two racing wheels, and both are essentially identical. The G920 and G29 are both PC-compatible but the former is deigned to work with the Xbox One, while the G29 is compatible with PS3 and PS4.
Aside from this, the only difference between the two is that the G29 also includes an on-wheel gear-shift indicator, which is the reason we’d recommend it over the G920 for PC users.
Otherwise, this wheel offers a great balance of features. You get a proper metal-clad set of three pedals, so there’s no need to go upgrading straight away as with some alternatives. And the wheel base feels sturdy and has a built-in mounting system that’s by far the quickest and easiest to set up of all the wheels in this test.
With its twin motor, all-gear drive system able to deliver 2.1 Nm of torque, the G29 provides a decent level of force feedback. It lacks the power and smoothness of the best, but it’s quiet and provides much of the sense of realism you’d hope for. Basically, the G29 has a lot going for it. It offers a lot for its price, plus it has the easiest-to-use software in our test. If you’re looking to invest in more of a racing system, though, then its lack of versatility is a limiting factor.