A racing simulator that costs more than an actual car and can be just as dangerous as driving a real car? That would be the cutting edge CXC Motion Pro II Racing Simulator ($54,000)! This fully functioning simulator features a fully kitted out dashboard, a trio of widescreen displays, high quality speakers, pedals and a seat that shifts and turns to match the on screen action. The entry level version starts off at a mighty $54,000 but the costs could soon mount up if you don’t release the steering wheel during a virtual crash as the feedback and torque is accurate enough to actually cause you harm! If you’re looking for the ultimate simulating driving experience then the Motion Pro II is the clear choice.
Diehard Star Wars fans will feel that continuous bubble of excitement upon discovering the LEGO Millennium Falcon Ultimate Collectors Edition ($800). Noted as the most detailed model in the brand’s range, the set features 7,500 pieces that stack together to produce upper and lower quad laser cannons, lowering boarding ramp and a 4 mini-figure cockpit ...[Read More]