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Logitech debuts Xbox 360 like gamepads for PC

Posted on Monday, September 06 2010 @ 17:30:36 CEST by


Logitech introduced three new gamepads that resemble the controller of Microsoft's Xbox 360. Prices start at $25 for the Gamepad F310, those wishing dual vibration will have to shelve out $35 for the Rumble Gamepad F510, and if you need 2.4GHz wireless you can get the Wireless Gamepad F710 for about $50.
The Logitech Gamepad F310
The Logitech Gamepad F310 features a familiar, comfortable control layout and our unique floating D-pad design that offers exceptional accuracy in all eight directions. It incorporates both XInput and DirectInput technology, so it will work with any game that supports a gamepad – from today’s biggest titles to all your old favorites – even emulators like MAME. And, if you do have games that don’t support gamepads, you can install the included Profiler software and configure the gamepad to emulate keyboard and mouse actions.

The Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510
The Rumble Gamepad F510 offers all the same features as the Gamepad F310, plus dual vibration motors, so when you’re playing games that support vibration feedback, you’ll feel every hit, crash and explosion. And it also adds comfortable rubber grips and a soft-touch bottom case, for long gameplay sessions.

The Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710
The Wireless Gamepad F710 has all the capabilities of the Rumble Gamepad F510, and adds the freedom of 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity. Just insert Logitech’s plug-and-forget Nano receiver into a USB port on your computer and leave it there. With our wireless engineering expertise you get to experience the wireless convenience you want with the rock-solid performance you need.


Source: Logitech


 



 

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