Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2
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I had some concerns, all of them were relieved
Hucklebarry "Hucklebarry", Amazon
25 February 2013
Summary: My biggest pre-purchase concern over this product was with the wireless signal. After using this everyday for a week, I have had no problems with signal strength or any sort of lag/delay in commands. My second biggest concern was with legacy game support.
Summary: I bought this controller back in 2005 and am still using them on a daily basis with my HTPC. They have been used in a number of situations from gaming on a PC with emulators, being used as a remote for my HTPC, and surviving a number of moves.
A nightmare for Mac -- Can't use with Portal/Portal 2
Kevyn "kevynjacobs", Amazon
9 June 2011
Summary: I bought this controller specifically so I could play Portal 2 on my Mac. Turns out it isn't fully compatible with Macintosh, even though the advertising says it is. First of all, the enclosed software disc is PC only, and there's no configuration software included.
Buyer Beware! Dies quickly, poor support, and Logitech refussed to honor warranty because Amazon.com doesn't have paper receipt
Amazon Customer, Amazon
24 April 2011
Summary: My Son and I play Final Fantasy XI on various systems (PC, Workstations, Playstation 2, and Playstation 3). My primary access is a Dell Precision 390 workstation using this controller. I also use the same controller on a Dell Laptop (Inspiron 9300).
Summary: The gamepad is of exceptional quality and wireless range. I haven't had a single problem when I used a single device in my computer. I would easy give it 5 stars if there wasn't a very important downside: I bought a second one to play PES2011. About 85% of the time they work flawlessly.
Summary: The Rumble Pad is a great wireless input device but I was surprised when Logitech's rep came out with a statement about how you can't use two at the same time because of a conflict that causes the controllers to switch players in the middle of the games.
Excerpt: This has been the beset controller I have used. I am able to use this at 10 ft' from the IR receiver without issue. Battery life is about 6 months for me with occasional gaming. Logitech software updates are useful for game controller settings but I find the best use for this controller is games...
Summary: The good: . Plug and Play. Logitech software actually worked with XP Long Battery Life No problems when using a "logitech" wireless keyboard/mouse. . The Bad: The buttons that I use for throttle and brake, which are the top ones on the front (6 & 5) are On/Off only.
Summary: Although this is a new purchase, and I've only used it for just over a month, it is the single best game controller I've had for my PC. I have several other Logitech devices in use on the 2 PC's in my home, and both have been performing flawlessly for over 2 years.
Summary: having previously owned a logitech controller, just not the "cordless" one, i pretty much knew what i was getting with this controller. On the pros side of things, the controller feels great, has plenty of buttons, basically installs itself to your computer ready to use, and works awesome for all...