Logitech knows just how important ergonomics are to a gamer when it comes to hardware, and have just revealed three more gamepads for the masses – we’re talking about the Logitech Gamepad F310, the Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510 and the Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710. First off, the Logitech Gamepad F310 will come in a familiar and comfortable control layout alongside a special floating D-pad design that delivers exceptional accuracy in all eight directions. XInput and DirectInput technology have also been incorporated, virtually assuring you that it will function with any game that supports a gamepad. Just in case the game you want to play does not support gamepads, you can always go ahead and install the included Profiler software and make sure the gamepad is properly configured to emulate keyboard and mouse actions. It will retail for $24.99 a pop. More on the other two gamepads after the jump.
As for the $34.99 Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510, this model will be similar to the Gamepad F310 in many ways, albeit with the added advantage of dual vibration motors for a more immersive experience – great for beat ‘em ups as it helps you feel bone crunching punches and tackles. Not only that comfortable rubber grips and a soft-touch bottom case have been thrown in to cater for long gameplay sessions.
Last but not least, the $49.99 Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710 comes with all the capabilities of the Rumble Gamepad F510, but it will shed the corded experience courtesy of 2.4GHz wireless connectivity. All you need to do is insert Logitech’s plug-and-forget Nano receiver into a USB port on your computer and that’s that – you’ll experience wireless connectivity without missing a single button press.
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