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Logitech Gamepad F310
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- Simple plug-and-play USB connection — works with Windows XP, Vista and 7
- Customizable with Profiler software (requires software installation)
- Broad game support—works with popular new titles and old favorites
- 10 programmable buttons, 8-way programmable D-pad
- NOTE: Refer the User Manual before use.
- Broad game support—works with popular new titles and old favorites
- Customizable with Profiler software* (*requires software installation)
This product is available as Certified Refurbished.
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From the manufacturer
- Extensive PC game support
- Supports Steam Big Picture for gaming and more on your TV
- Familiar console-style layout
- Exclusive 4-Switch D-Pad for a more responsive feel
- Works with Android TV
- Fully-customizable buttons and commands with free Logitech Profiler software*
- Comfortable design for long gaming sessions
Logitech Gamepad F310
Dominate PC games with console-style control
Experience the console-style gaming you crave on your PC. With a familiar console-like layout, easy-to-customize controls and extensive support for your favorite hits and classics, F310 is the perfect controller for serious PC gamers.
* Requires software installation
Extensive support for hits and classics
F310 is easy to set up and use with your favorite games thanks to XInput / DirectInput*—the two most common input standards. Play console ports with their native-style controller or adopt a more relaxed position while enjoying PC games.
Play on your TV
Pair the controller with Big Picture to navigate Steam, surf the web, play Steam games and more from the comfort of your couch. Or use F310 for seamless navigation of Android TV games, apps and entertainment.
Familiar console-like layout
Pick it up and play using the familiar button layout and shape designed with comfortable smooth curves and contoured rubber grips. You’ll also enjoy the more responsive, tactile feel of our exclusive 4- switch D-pad. It glides over four individual switches, eliminating the mushy control common to standard D-pads that have only one pivot point.
Easy to customize
Change the standard commands or adapt F310 for play with an unsupported title, using free Logitech Profiler software. Buttons and controls are fully programmable and can even mimic keyboard and mouse commands.
What you need
- Windows 10, 8, 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP
- Internet connection for optional software download
What’s in the box
|Logitech Gamepad F310||Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710|
|Highlight||Console-style control for PC games||No cords to get in your way|
|Advanced 2.4 GHz wireless connection||-||✓|
|Programmable left and right analog triggers||✓||✓|
|Two programmable analog mini-joysticks||✓||✓|
|8-way programmable D-pad||✓||✓|
|Works with Windows 10, 8, 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP||✓||✓|
Console-style control for your PC games - 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.
From the Manufacturer
Bring console gaming to your pc with the logitech gamepad f310. broad game support for any pc game, customizable controls and a familiar layout.
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Here are the reasons why I didn't give it five stars:
The left and right trigger buttons are a bit small, they need to be wider. I have big hands and I still have to reach in with my index fingers to get to them. It feels a little awkward.
The controller feels a bit "slippy" like the plastic is too smooth.
And then there's the button assignment. They're not placed where your typical buttons are. It wasn't a big deal playing the games because I just assigned them reverse. But it makes it an issue with the menu, you can't assign them for that, or at least I haven't figured that out. But I'll just get the hang of it.
That's it, if it wasn't for those little flaws I'd say these controllers would be perfect.
Finesse is not an option with this controller. If you're okay with a controller that requires you to really hamfist the controls, then by all means purchase this one. I have, however, purchased a HORI controller at a higher pricepoint which is of much higher quality all around. I'm planning on buying more of those the next chance I get, so I can throw this controller in the trash.
Why mention my extensive console gaming experience? PC gaming is a completely different animal. When you grow up on D-pads and analog sticks operated by a single thumb, trying to fit WASD into your head is a tall order. Here's a good analogy anyone can relate to: let's assume you are awesome at typing on a QWERTY keyboard, 150 WPM or some such. You get a job as a data entry technician, and when you sit down on your first day... they have DVORAK keyboards. What are the chances you're going to learn a completely new keyboard layout to do your job? None. You're gonna go to Wal-Mart on your lunch break and buy yourself a QWERTY.
Which segues into why I purchased one of these. I needed a gamepad for my PC because I simply could not adjust to the completely different hand placement and movement paradigm that comes with a PC video game. I kept losing my finger positions on the keys and high-stress situations (like attempting to dodge and exchange fire with an enemy on a shooter) were really getting me in trouble because three-finger movement on WASD was taking too long to process.
Adding to the complications are that my system is Linux, which is usually a no-go from the start because nothing ever seems to work on it. I decided to take a chance on this anyways because with Amazon gift cards and a Prime trial, I got it for $11.
To begin with, the package this controller comes in is a nightmare. It's a clamshell with no room to maneuver a pair of scissors or a razor blade around the controller inside, so you have to use the little tab and perforations on the back. Problem is, the perforations end halfway down where the controller is contained, so your only option is to tug on both ends and send your controller flying when the package inevitably bursts open. After collecting the entire contents of the package from the floor, all that's inside is a controller and two small squares of paper. I seemed to recall the product description mentioning software, so it must be online somewhere I suppose. Either that or I really sent a CD flying and can't find it.
But the moment of truth comes later, when you plug it into a PC. Does it work? As a Linux user, the answer is, surprisingly, yes.
I plugged in the USB connector and nothing happened. This either means the operating system knows exactly what it is and doesn't have to do anything, or you're SOL and need a driver or something. My eyes were drawn to the little Logitech logo on the center of the controller, and I decided to push on it to see if it was a button like the XBox Guide button on their controllers. It is! Steam's Big Picture mode launched and I needed no configuration or messing around with anything to make it simply work. On a Linux system. I was amazed.
So I decided to push my luck on a ROM using a program called Mednafen, which is a multi-system retro console emulator. Didn't work so well any more in Xinput or direct mode, though this is almost assuredly due to Mednafen's programming and not anything to do with the Logitech controller. I searched out the profiler software mentioned by the instructions to attempt to fix this problem, but after finding the Logitech support page I discovered that they only offer software to recent versions of Windows, so you won't get any help from them if you run another system. About 5 minutes of Google searching later and I find QJoyPad, and now everything is perfect.
This controller has a total of 12 buttons (2 bumpers, 2 triggers, click analog sticks, select, start, A, B, X, Y) and 6 axes (Dpad X/Y, left stick X/Y, right stick X/Y). The Logitech logo launches Steam Big Picture for me, but I have no idea if it will work on anything else. It has a very similar size and form factor to a PlayStation DualShock controller with fatter feet on the bottom, which I like because DualShocks are bony and poke my palms uncomfortably. You'll see the form factor is very similar in the attached photos, which I also placed alongside Xbox controllers for contrast and a pack of standard playing cards for scale.