Quoted from Psw757:
Are you familiar with their specs?
They claim to use Samsung 4K monitor with a high refresh rate.
In fact if you want to provide a side by side comparison using the actual facts from your and theirs I’d like to take a look.
One stop side by side so to speak, make it easy on us consumers who don’t know what we are talking about regarding computers.
I didn’t order from anyone yet.
I don't know what they put in theirs, but at $4200 USD, VirtuaPin is clearly well above that in quality and performance. Guaranteed. We're happy to use whatever components you like, but you have to accept, you get what you pay for. When I say our PC and playfield monitor total $3K, it's due to using nothing but the best components. Nothing cheap in our machines. Ever. (Unless you specify otherwise, of course. LOL)
I've been around this block for over ten years now, and I can say with the utmost confidence, nothing comes close to our build quality.
You are welcome to purchase from anyone, of course, but to reiterate on what has already been said, they are selling UNAUTHORIZED software. If you want to do business with dishonest companies, that's up to you. It would be a hard pass for me. Shady is shady in all aspects, not just on the surface. in most cases.
Here's just one review, and this happens to be someone from Australia, and he did have issues with his machine. We resolved them, of course, at our expense ...
As for 'force feedback', don't let anyone tell you you NEED it. It's more for tinkerers than folks who just want to play pinball. The beauty of virtual is NO MAINTENANCE. Once you start adding moving parts, you may as well buy the real thing.