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The Logitech Gamepad F710 is one of three dual-analog gaming controllers / gamepads released in later 2010.

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Backwards compatibility is very convenient

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Mode switch facilitates PS3, 360 or other gaming modes on PCs without having to switch controllers

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Controls are as responsive as first-party controllers

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Customizable button features work very well

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Feels solid and sturdy, heavy enough for a 360 or PS3 controller

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Buttons can sometimes be sticky

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Prone to re-setting when used with a PC

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The Logitech Gamepad F710 is one of three dual-analog gaming controllers / gamepads released in later 2010. As the top unit in the series, it inherits all the features of the Gamepad F310 and Rumble Gamepad F510, but adds along 2.4GHz wireless technology via a USB-friendly nano receiver. Otherwise a duplicate, it too hosts a basic gaming-friendly design that critics say is “comfortable,” not to mention a floating D-pad and buttons that can be custom programmed to emulate a keyboard or mouse. More importantly, the Gamepad F710 uses DirectInput and Xinput standards, meaning universal compatibility with all PC games—old, new, etc.

  • Dual-Analog Gaming Controller
  • 2.4GHz Wireless Technology
  • Included Nano Receiver
  • Familiar Layout
  • Floating D-Pad Design
  • Profiler Software
  • Custom Button Programming
  • DirectInput Standard
  • Xinput Standard
  • Dual Feedback Vibration Motors
  • Windows Compatibility
XInput Mode
  • A, B, X, Y buttons
  • LB, RB buttons
  • Left and right analog triggers
  • Start and Back buttons
  • Two clickable analog mini-joysticks
  • 8-way D-pad
  • Home button
  • Sports mode
DirectInput Mode
  • 10 programmable buttons
  • Programmable left and right triggers
  • Two programmable analog mini-joysticks
  • 8-way programmable D-pad
  • Sports mode
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12/17/2010 10:30

You know, I am getting to trust product reviews less and less. Here these guys are saying thats is compatable with everything. Well, I have command and conquor 3 tiberibum wars and after spending time with online support I am told that it supports NONE of the C &C line of games, even though several work with the PS3. I am not happy. This piece of junk goes back to the store tomorrow.



01/11/2011 08:37

thanks for your post. you just saved me time and money. i'm a huge fan of the command and conquer games, and i was about to buy this controller.

i also do first person shooter, and quest type games, but not with this controller i won't.



01/31/2011 07:55

haha, why would you want to play a rts game with a gamepad, when you can use a mouse?



02/03/2011 11:28

Why would anyone intentionally use a mouse instead of a controller? Morons man...



05/05/2011 04:13

The overwhelming majority of RTS players on PC would likely pick mouse and keyboard controls over a gamepad every time. It's simply a much more efficient way to navigate the traditional RTS interface. Console versions of RTS games have been modified to work better with a gamepad, and likely this is where you learned to play them. If you knew more of the history behind it, you'd never refer to those people who prefer mouse/keyboard as "morons." Best of luck.

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