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Logitech F310 Gamepad

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  • Broad game support
  • Profiler software
  • Familiar layout
  • Floating D-pad
  • Features 1.8 m (6-foot) cord
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandLogitech
Item Weight222 g
Product Dimensions19.8 x 16 x 8 cm
Batteries:2 AA batteries required.
Item model number940-000138
ColorBlack
  
Additional Information
ASINB00CJAF3ME
Best Sellers Rank 1,187 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight222 g
Date First Available1 Jan. 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Logitech Gamepad F310

Logitech Gamepad F310

It’s easy to be passionate about winning, but at Logitech, our passion is in the science that makes winning possible. We build precise gaming instruments. We advance technology so gamers can reach new levels of speed, precision, reliability and comfort. Science is our philosophy, our methodology for studying, testing, and advancing gamers’ experience -- in the lab and in the game.

Features

Logitech Gamepad F310
Logitech Gamepad F310 -- Advanced Console-style Control for PC Gamers

Experience the console-style gaming you crave on your PC with the Gamepad F310. Easy to use with its familiar shape and layout, it supports new games and old favorites. Programmable controls allow for a more custom experience, while its floating D-pad enables quick response. Just plug it in and get ready to play the way you like -- to win.

The Logitech Gamepad F310 is easy to customise. You can use Logitech profiler software to easily change the standard commands or adapt F310 for play with an unsupported title. It also features fully-programmable buttons and controls can even mimic keyboard and mouse commands.

Logitech Gamepad F310
Extensive Game Support

Easy to set-up and use with all your favorite hits and classics. You can alternate between the two most common input standards -- Xinput and Directinput -- with the flip of a switch.

Logitech Gamepad F310
Steam Big Picture

Pair with Big Picture to navigate Steam, surf the web and play games on your TV. You can also bring your entire library of Steam games to the living room, grab your F310, sit back and enjoy.

Logitech Gamepad F310
Familiar Console-style Layout

No learning curve -- simply pick it up and play with the familiar console-like layout and control experience.

Logitech Gamepad F310
Exclusive 4-switch D-pad

Standard D-pads rest on a single pivot point, resulting in mushy control. The D-pad glides over four individual switches for a more responsive, tactile feel.

Compatibility

Works With:
  • Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista
  • Internet connection for optional software download1

1. Requires software installation for DirectInput mode

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Logitech Gamepad F310
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Connection Choices
USB (corded) Yes No
Advanced wireless: fast, powerful 2.4 GHz connection No Yes
Gamepad Design
Rubber grips No Yes
Vibration feedback No Yes
Gamepad Controls
10-programmable buttons Yes Yes
Programmable left and right analog triggers Yes Yes
Two programmable analog mini-joysticks Yes Yes
8-way programmable D-pad Yes Yes
Sports mode Yes Yes
Home button Yes Yes
Vibration On/Off button No Yes

Box Contains

1 x Gamepad
User documentation

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By El Ni on 27 July 2013
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Logitech gamepads are built for hardcore use (my first one is still in very good condition after six years of use, while my ps4 one lasted for a year and a half). F310 is smooth in use and the level of accuracy regarding the analog buttons is very satisfying. For its price u ll never get anything even remotely similar in quality.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mark Twain on 11 Jan. 2014
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It is physically a clone of the Playstation's DualShock 2, but it's cheaper and works on PC with no hacking required.

Pros:
Games see it as an xbox360 pad.
The bumper buttons are analogue. Lots of people don't like this but I think it could be useful because they are quite sensitive and they show up as a single axis so you could use them for steering or something.
The dpad is different from DualShock but I like it because it's easier to hit diagonals. You can also swap the dpad functions with the left stick just by pressing the mode button.

Cons:
There is a dead zone on the sticks that can't be adjusted. Lots of people complain about it. I have no problem with it because I don't think you should be using sticks to aim in FPSs in the first place.
I've had some lock-ups using it on Mac OS X, but officially it only supports Windows so I can't really complain about third party drivers crashing.
It's a little bigger than the DualShock so it feels slightly wrong in your hands if you are a DualShock fan. The thumb extension is too much to reach the sticks if you don't have big hands.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Dodd on 14 Oct. 2014
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From a basic consumer standpoint, this is a great buy. The price is reasonable, and the product itself does exactly what you expect it to. I've given myself some time with it, and now feel comfortable enough to rate it and give it a review. Now, why didn't I give it a five star rating?

- The trigger buttons are very resistant, and you may have to be a little more forceful with them than what you're used to.

- The A, B, X, and Y buttons are solid and responsive, but they make about as much noise as an Atari keyboard when pressed. And if you're pressing vigorously late at night... well, then, I hope you live with heavy sleepers...

- The edges of the underside of the controller are very sharp around the back of the thumbsticks. The plastic is not rounded off very well at all, so if you have long fingers then could be in for some discomfort where extensive sessions are concerned.

- The D-pad is a single chunk of plastic. However, a press in any direction has a very satisfying click, because underneath that chunk of plastic is four separate switches that are super-responsive. I know a key detraction where the Xbox 360 controller is concerned is the D-pad, and I was a little skeptical with this controller because of the visual similarities, but the D-pad on this is far and above the D-pad on the Xbox 360 controller. But still, a single chunk of plastic feels cheap and clunky under the thumb.

- The "Start" and "Back" buttons are positioned much higher on the front than what you may be used to, to make room for the "Mode" button. Now, this took a good amount of time for me to get used to, and I spent a long while turning the "Mode" button on and off because I was missing the "Back" button to open a map.
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I have used Logitech products for over a decade, and have found them to be well-priced, well-built, and well-thought out. That is not the case with this gamepad unfortunately, simply due to the huge dead-zone area (the area you move the analog sticks before actual in-game movement happens). This makes any sort of fine or precise movement impossible, or at the very least, frustrating.

The background to me buying this device is that I had a ps3 controller connected to my PC for games, but got tired of having to use external software to map buttons in games. I prefer the Sony controller style over Microsoft, so this product seemed ideal for me. You plug it in and it is recognised as an official Microsoft controller, so no fiddling or mapping with external software was needed.

Unfortunately, the huge dead-zones ruin an otherwise great product, and I am far from the only person having this issue, as a quick search on the Internet proves. This means it is not a faulty unit, but a massive design flaw. Logitech are claiming it is an X-Input problem due to the nature of the API being quite low level, but I bought a wired Microsoft controller after this and it works fine. You can switch the controller to DirectInput, but then you need to install the Logitech software and it isn't recognised as an official Xbox controller.

Anyway.
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I bought this pad because I wanted to play games like platformers and third person action games on my PC, but being only 5'1" tall and a lifelong Playstation player, I find the Xbox pad uncomfortably large for my hands and unfamiliar in layout.

The layout is exactly the same as a PS controller, with PS3 style triggers rather than PS1/2 bumpers. It is a little bigger than the PS controller, which wasn't ideal for me personally, but I'm aware that I have particularly small hands for an adult. It's still perfectly usable and smaller than an Xbox pad. It plugs in and works with games immediately like and Xbox pad and the buttons are recognised as Xbox buttons, which makes it quick and easy to set up. The wire is really long; I'd estimate a couple of meters, which is fantastic if your spare usb is around the back of your tower. It's wired, so while you don't have the convenience of wireless, you also never need to worry about setup or batteries.

As you'd expect from a 3rd party pad at this price, it does feel a little cheaper than an Xbox or PS pad. The buttons make audible clacky noises and the analogue and d-pad aren't so silky-smooth and the triggers are a tad stiff. While it is a little cheap feeling, it's perfectly up to task, working fine with the precision jumping and movement for Shovel Knight and feeling natural in that role straight out of the box.

If you're debating whether to get this or an Xbox pad and you're comfortable using an Xbox pad, I'd advise the Xbox pad. If, however, you have smaller hands, and/or you really want something with a PS layout that your PC will happily recognise an an Xbox controller, or if you want something with the layout of a PS pad but a touch larger, this is an excellent value pad.
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