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Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710

Logitech Gamepad F710

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Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
Logitech Gamepad F710
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Features

  • 2.4 ghz wireless connectivity
  • Customizable controls with profiler software (requires software installation)
  • Dual vibration motors support vibration feedback games
  • Works with windows xp, vista, windows 7 & windows 8

Description

Vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion in your PC games—with no cords to get in your way. You’ve got the freedom to move and room to play with fast, reliable 2.4 GHz wireless. You can feel every hit, crash and explosion—dual vibration feedback makes your games more realistic and immersive. From the Manufacturer No cords to get in your way. The logitech wireless gamepad f710 uses a powerful, reliable cable-free 2.4 Ghz connection while dual-motor vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion in your pc games.


Product Dimensions: 6.61 x 3.11 x 7.87 inches


Item Weight: 14.1 ounces


Item model number: 940-000117


Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: September 2, 2010


Manufacturer: Logitech


Language: English


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Features

  • 2.4 ghz wireless connectivity
  • Customizable controls with profiler software (requires software installation)
  • Dual vibration motors support vibration feedback games
  • Works with windows xp, vista, windows 7 & windows 8

Description

Vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion in your PC games—with no cords to get in your way. You’ve got the freedom to move and room to play with fast, reliable 2.4 GHz wireless. You can feel every hit, crash and explosion—dual vibration feedback makes your games more realistic and immersive. From the Manufacturer No cords to get in your way. The logitech wireless gamepad f710 uses a powerful, reliable cable-free 2.4 Ghz connection while dual-motor vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion in your pc games.


Product Dimensions: 6.61 x 3.11 x 7.87 inches


Item Weight: 14.1 ounces


Item model number: 940-000117


Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: September 2, 2010


Manufacturer: Logitech


Language: English


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • 2.4 ghz wireless connectivity
  • Customizable controls with profiler software (requires software installation)
  • Dual vibration motors support vibration feedback games
  • Works with windows xp, vista, windows 7 & windows 8

Description

Vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion in your PC games—with no cords to get in your way. You’ve got the freedom to move and room to play with fast, reliable 2.4 GHz wireless. You can feel every hit, crash and explosion—dual vibration feedback makes your games more realistic and immersive. From the Manufacturer No cords to get in your way. The logitech wireless gamepad f710 uses a powerful, reliable cable-free 2.4 Ghz connection while dual-motor vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion in your pc games.


Product Dimensions: 6.61 x 3.11 x 7.87 inches


Item Weight: 14.1 ounces


Item model number: 940-000117


Batteries: 2 AA batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No


Date First Available: September 2, 2010


Manufacturer: Logitech


Language: English


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By TheCrazyCanuck - Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2018
...Almost the perfect PC controller
Years ago this was one of (if not the best) PC controller around. Windows 10 came out and in usual Logitech fashion they didn't release an updated driver. It's no big secret that you can use the Xbox 360 driver in Windows 10 for this controller but if you plan on using it for a steam in house streaming controller you will find plenty of games will not work correctly with it without some hacks to work around issues (due to steam treating it like a Xbox controller). That said make sure to plug the nano receiver for this controller into your computer from far away if you run into communication issues. When I plug this into a steam link it works fine, if I plug it into an Intel NuC I need to use a USB extension cable to keep it away from the PC to avoid all the noise that the PC gives off. This isn't a NuC issue, the Logitech nano receivers for mice and keyboards have the same problem with interference from your every day run of the mill PC when you plug them in directly.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Captain Yesterday! - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2018
Does not work well with others
Cons: I never could get this thing to work reliably on pc. On the ONE game I could get this to work on, there was VERY noticeable input lag with the more than occasional total blackout for a second or 3. This thing was a total waste of $$$. Now I can't even get the pc to recognize the controller. Tried multiple things, fresh batteries, different ports, different modes, diy vids, etc etc etc etc. Results= One damn big headache! Pros: I did get a nice $40 therapy session of anger management when I went out back and smashed this thing against a brick wall, shattering it into a hundred pieces. Then I jumped up and down on it, cursing corporate greed, promising to boycott Logitech products for 1 year! Hooray me!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By shutyertrap - Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2016
the controller feels nice and has a lot of functions built in I ...
I am a huge fan of Logitech and their products, so I had no reservations about getting this controller. Once you get it working, the controller feels nice and has a lot of functions built in I like. The problem is, getting it working. I was running Windows 8.1 and now Windows 10. Getting the computer to recognize the controller and pair with it was a major headache. Short story is this, go to [...] and watch the video, follow the instructions. 5 minutes later my controller worked. This compared to the 2 hours I spent on the phone with Logitech, having a new USB pairing sensor sent to me, and still no solution. Long story is Logitech does not offer driver support for this controller since Windows 8. Not only that, but their support department will run you through a bunch of troubleshooting steps that make it seem your machine is the issue. It isn't. The video link posted is the only solution I found, and it works. Essentially you have to fool the computer into thinking it is an Xbox controller so that it will pair. Once that is done, it will display as an f710 controller like it should. I've had to do this technique a few times, as when there are updates to the operating system pairing sometimes fails again. The other issue with this controller is that it will lose connection randomly, causing input lag. The solution is often as simple as shifting body position by a few inches. This inconsistency in input makes the controller horrible for tournament use or games requiring split second timing. It is for this reason I am looking for a new controller. Here's the positives: - Feels good in the hand and is very comfortable over long play sessions. If you are a fan of dual shock style controllers, you know what I mean. - Has a good weight to it, balances nicely in hand. - Mode button with indicator light is a huge plus. Allows for quickly swapping input of D-pad for left analogue stick with visual indicator. - All the button inputs have a nice spring to them, nothing feels mushy. - 2 vibration settings, though neither is strong enough for my taste. - Two AA batteries last a good long while. Down side is there is no indicator for when they are about to die. This isn't a terrible controller by any means. If you don't mind putting up with it's quirks that is. Really wish Logitech still made available the f510 as that was a wired version of this controller. The f310 is wired but lacks rumble. The wireless signal dropping on occasion has finally pushed me over the edge after owning this for a year +. Main thing, should you choose to buy this controller, is bookmark the YouTube video [...] as I guarantee you'll need it's solution when the controller fails to pair to your Windows 8 or 10 machine.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Geoffrey Straubinger - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2013
Logitech F710 - Steam Big Picture Controller Option
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Quick review of the Logitech F710 Wireless Gamepad. I got this to use on a Windows7 PC with Steam (digital game distribution/library software) and their "Big-Picture" mode that can be used to play games on a TV or away from a tradition mouse/keyboard. Windows7 found the driver and installed it quickly with no fuss. Games detect this as a Xbox360 controller(tested with Borderlands2, Dead Island, Need for Speed and Blur), while the style is closer to a Playstation controller, the X Y A B buttons are closer to an Xbox controller and it works great in that regard(no extra setup in game needed). Like: -Back of controller had a nice smooth/soft feel plastic -Buttons and Sticks have nice weight/resistance -Windows7 Found the drivers and installed with no fuss, ready to play quickly -Comes with name-brand batteries (2x AA) already installed -Comes with USB extension cable to locate wireless receiver away from computer (I did not need to do this however). -Games recognize it as an XBOX360 Controller, no setup/binding needed -I have used it with a range from 3-6 feet with no issues -Sticks have a textured rubber on the top that is really nice, feels great and fingers don't slip off. Dislike: -The buttons have a good feel but sound very plastic (loud click-clack sounds when playing) -Package (plastic clamshell) is easier to open than some, but still a pain and easily cuts your fingers on the edges -Has an 8-way dpad but while UP-DOWN-LEFT-RIGHT work great and have a nice feel, NW/NE and SW/SE directions take some work to get right and have it actually register...almost feels like it is only supposed to be a 4-way dpad (not a big deal for me as my games mostly use the sticks).

Top Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By TheCrazyCanuck - Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2018
...Almost the perfect PC controller
Years ago this was one of (if not the best) PC controller around. Windows 10 came out and in usual Logitech fashion they didn't release an updated driver. It's no big secret that you can use the Xbox 360 driver in Windows 10 for this controller but if you plan on using it for a steam in house streaming controller you will find plenty of games will not work correctly with it without some hacks to work around issues (due to steam treating it like a Xbox controller). That said make sure to plug the nano receiver for this controller into your computer from far away if you run into communication issues. When I plug this into a steam link it works fine, if I plug it into an Intel NuC I need to use a USB extension cable to keep it away from the PC to avoid all the noise that the PC gives off. This isn't a NuC issue, the Logitech nano receivers for mice and keyboards have the same problem with interference from your every day run of the mill PC when you plug them in directly.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Captain Yesterday! - Reviewed in the United States on October 6, 2018
Does not work well with others
Cons: I never could get this thing to work reliably on pc. On the ONE game I could get this to work on, there was VERY noticeable input lag with the more than occasional total blackout for a second or 3. This thing was a total waste of $$$. Now I can't even get the pc to recognize the controller. Tried multiple things, fresh batteries, different ports, different modes, diy vids, etc etc etc etc. Results= One damn big headache! Pros: I did get a nice $40 therapy session of anger management when I went out back and smashed this thing against a brick wall, shattering it into a hundred pieces. Then I jumped up and down on it, cursing corporate greed, promising to boycott Logitech products for 1 year! Hooray me!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By shutyertrap - Reviewed in the United States on March 24, 2016
the controller feels nice and has a lot of functions built in I ...
I am a huge fan of Logitech and their products, so I had no reservations about getting this controller. Once you get it working, the controller feels nice and has a lot of functions built in I like. The problem is, getting it working. I was running Windows 8.1 and now Windows 10. Getting the computer to recognize the controller and pair with it was a major headache. Short story is this, go to [...] and watch the video, follow the instructions. 5 minutes later my controller worked. This compared to the 2 hours I spent on the phone with Logitech, having a new USB pairing sensor sent to me, and still no solution. Long story is Logitech does not offer driver support for this controller since Windows 8. Not only that, but their support department will run you through a bunch of troubleshooting steps that make it seem your machine is the issue. It isn't. The video link posted is the only solution I found, and it works. Essentially you have to fool the computer into thinking it is an Xbox controller so that it will pair. Once that is done, it will display as an f710 controller like it should. I've had to do this technique a few times, as when there are updates to the operating system pairing sometimes fails again. The other issue with this controller is that it will lose connection randomly, causing input lag. The solution is often as simple as shifting body position by a few inches. This inconsistency in input makes the controller horrible for tournament use or games requiring split second timing. It is for this reason I am looking for a new controller. Here's the positives: - Feels good in the hand and is very comfortable over long play sessions. If you are a fan of dual shock style controllers, you know what I mean. - Has a good weight to it, balances nicely in hand. - Mode button with indicator light is a huge plus. Allows for quickly swapping input of D-pad for left analogue stick with visual indicator. - All the button inputs have a nice spring to them, nothing feels mushy. - 2 vibration settings, though neither is strong enough for my taste. - Two AA batteries last a good long while. Down side is there is no indicator for when they are about to die. This isn't a terrible controller by any means. If you don't mind putting up with it's quirks that is. Really wish Logitech still made available the f510 as that was a wired version of this controller. The f310 is wired but lacks rumble. The wireless signal dropping on occasion has finally pushed me over the edge after owning this for a year +. Main thing, should you choose to buy this controller, is bookmark the YouTube video [...] as I guarantee you'll need it's solution when the controller fails to pair to your Windows 8 or 10 machine.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Geoffrey Straubinger - Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2013
Logitech F710 - Steam Big Picture Controller Option
Your browser does not support HTML5 video. Quick review of the Logitech F710 Wireless Gamepad. I got this to use on a Windows7 PC with Steam (digital game distribution/library software) and their "Big-Picture" mode that can be used to play games on a TV or away from a tradition mouse/keyboard. Windows7 found the driver and installed it quickly with no fuss. Games detect this as a Xbox360 controller(tested with Borderlands2, Dead Island, Need for Speed and Blur), while the style is closer to a Playstation controller, the X Y A B buttons are closer to an Xbox controller and it works great in that regard(no extra setup in game needed). Like: -Back of controller had a nice smooth/soft feel plastic -Buttons and Sticks have nice weight/resistance -Windows7 Found the drivers and installed with no fuss, ready to play quickly -Comes with name-brand batteries (2x AA) already installed -Comes with USB extension cable to locate wireless receiver away from computer (I did not need to do this however). -Games recognize it as an XBOX360 Controller, no setup/binding needed -I have used it with a range from 3-6 feet with no issues -Sticks have a textured rubber on the top that is really nice, feels great and fingers don't slip off. Dislike: -The buttons have a good feel but sound very plastic (loud click-clack sounds when playing) -Package (plastic clamshell) is easier to open than some, but still a pain and easily cuts your fingers on the edges -Has an 8-way dpad but while UP-DOWN-LEFT-RIGHT work great and have a nice feel, NW/NE and SW/SE directions take some work to get right and have it actually register...almost feels like it is only supposed to be a 4-way dpad (not a big deal for me as my games mostly use the sticks).