In Flight

So on to the interesting part of the test. The stick has a long but fairly smooth travel whereas the rudder bar has a stiffer one. This does not stop precision from being flawless. If you are into accuracy steering, you can hold the tilt knob in the middle for sharp turns. The long, precise throttle travel does the same for engine power. There is really nothing to criticize whatever kind of game you are playing. For action or simulation, the Cyborg Evo always delivers the best precision possible. The slight discomfort of the hat spoils the picture a bit, though it's not beyond the pale either. All in all, the Cyborg Evo is a definite success and its settings system is unmatchable for such a reasonable price of $47 (40 euros).