Pros: Logitech, Comfortable, familiar layout- same as other Logitech controllers
Now for one very nice feature they don't tell or show. In the battery compartment is a storage slot for the nano USB receiver! Helpful for transporting to lan parties and such.
Cons: Only a personal con and I seem to be the minority here- vibration motors. I can't stand them and it's more weight having them in this.
Overall Review: They also provide a usb extended cord in case you can't get the receiver close enough. I dunno maybe some people sit further than 30 feet away, but nice that it was included.
The receiver storage really should have been advertised as I see it as a selling point.
Only improvement I can think of is possibly adding a way to plug it in to a USB cable for rechargeable battery usage.
Pros: Love the layout, and also love the feel of the controller in my hands.
Its the right size and weight.
It just doesnt work right.
Constant disconnects in the middle of playing along with Stuck keys all the time.
It gets worse when you have a second player also, as I purchased two of these controllers.
Overall Review: Although Logitech is aware this product is faulty, they refuse to issue a statement or fix it.
Pros: Overall, i like logitech's controllers. I've had a cordless rumblepad 2 for a long time, and its absolutely perfect.
This controller has a good feel to it, and overall, i wish it would have performed better.
Cons: The F710 however, is far from perfect. The controller would constantly drop inputs, or inputs would get "stuck," meaning an input would be held and continue for a few seconds, even after releasing said input. The triggers on the controller are also quite stiff, and their shape is not ideal.
Overall Review: After doing some research, the issue is with the receiver more than anything. the nano receiver's seem ok for a portable wireless mouse or keyboard, but not for a game controller where people are looking for accuracy and precision.
If you dont NEED xInput for games, i would suggest hunting down a Logitech Cordless Rumblpad 2, they are built like tanks.
Pros: Using on Windows 10 media PC in decent size living room with no issues. Wired response and feel playing Mass Effect 3 N7, Tomb Raider, Need for Speed (2015), and Star Wars Battlefront. I bought this one to replace an aging Logitech F510 wired controller that I loved and have not been disappointed.
Cons: Requires AA batteries. Wish they would go the way of USB rechargeable like most devices.
Overall Review: I bought this one to replace an aging/damaged Logitech F510 wired controller that I loved and I love this one too. I don't get the negative reviews. I sit in a recliner a good 12 feet from a 55inch led.
Pros: Wireless! Batteries last quite a while. Reliable connection. Responsive and durable.
Cons: Software can be buggy. Batteries don't last forever. Does not work with Logitech's unified receivers.
Overall Review: This was my first wireless gamepad, but not my first gamepad ever. I've been through numerous for various reasons (so maybe I'm a little rough with them). This one has lasted me the longest, so far, and has been great to use.
I did run into an issue at one time where my computer would no longer recognize the gamepad. It would see it available to connect, and some tests showed it connecting, but I could not use it. I almost replaced it, assuming I busted another gamepad, but it started working again after reinstalling Windows.
Many games that claim support for gamepads don't really support gamepads well in general. I like playing with gamepads on my computer because it allows me to sit back and play. It's a pity there aren't more good gamepad playable games!
Pros: Very ergonomic. I had no issues with hitting incorrect buttons and I gamed on this pad for hours.
Battery life is great no much more to speak on that.
Overall Review: The price continuing to be the same or more after so many years speaks volume on this product.
Pros: Great controller with all the games i have.
Cons: This controller does not work after upgrading to 8.1. logitech has not have an driver update on this gamepad for months.
Pros: Looks great
Joysticks are amazing, no slop after all the use
Nice crisp button presses
Cons: Has issues staying connected
if you update your OS, or have to reinstall, be prepared to get the microsoft receiver driver
Overall Review: If you are wanting to get this controller for any kind of racing games, I'd go with the f510, basically the wired version of this. I've had both the f310 and this, and so far I'm liking the f310 better.
Sometimes, while playing my racing games and not using my wheel, the controller likes to have connectivity issues for 30-60 seconds. If you have a game that you NEED constant control over your character / vehicle, buy something else... Unless you like raging at your hardware, if so, by all means, buy this...
Would NOT recommend for FPS or racing games.