Pros: Cordless, easy setting, confortable holding. I got two, and they can work together with offical driver.
Cons: Big receiver. One of them did not work after 3 days. The pad could not be found by the receiver any more when I changed the batteries. I followed the offical manual to match them again. But the LED light just keep flashing, however no button pressing signal was caught.
Pros: Same layout as a ps controller, re-locatable reciever, sturdy.
Cons: The one MAJOR defect I got, is the metal prongs that hold in the batteries flew out a while back. I found it and it works fine. I just have to work a little harder to get my batteries in when they die. And it's a little bulky.
Summary: If you're serious about gaming and aren't too poor in your gamepad budget, get something wireless.
Pros: Worked pretty well for a long time. I had a habit, though, of tripping over the cord. Did that lots of times. After a while the Rumblepad developed a short. Is that Logitech's fault or my fault from all the tripping? No matter. Duct taping the cord against the gamepad in the proper manner avoids ...
Cons: Coincidentally I also bought a Logitech Dual Action gamepad. Didn't trip over that one as much and it developed a short much quicker. Same sort of short, too. How odd. My Logitech Precision gamepad is still short-free. But no analog, QQ.
Summary: This is a pretty good controller. Easy to remember button layout, nice vibrations and it'll take care of oldy games. However, it does make my hands sore after using it for a half-hour. Definitely take a break if you plan on using this for any extended amount of time.
Pros: - Works with old 'direct input' games that my 360 controller won't work with (Prince of Persia series, Grand Theft Auto 3 series, Sonic Mega Collection, etc.) - Mock PS2 control scheme is the standard - Vibration is good
Cons: - Hands will hurt after prolonged use - Logitech Profiler software was disabled in preference for Xpadder
Pros: It works pretty well in games. I would buy it again as it is best in class.
Cons: Problem is the darn things like to break. I'm on second one, but logitech support was awesome. Gave me a free one when I complained that I was on my 2nd one in 1 year. Software is a little bloated as far as install.
Summary: Traditionally I'm hard on controllers as I have a large hand and long fingers and sweaty hands. It's the trinity of killing game pads and all the time that this thing was working it was working exceptionally well. I've been trying to replace this with something else and mostly have failed.
Pros: Ergonomic controller. Common format. Easy to disassemble and clean. Good button responses.
Cons: If you are prone to sweaty hands you will be cleaning this controller at some point I assure you. The spaces between the buttons and the frame of the controller facilitate gunk and stuff getting in, which is the price you pay for a good and responsive pad.
Summary: OH! If you own one of these, than you probably already know that the battery compartment center guide tab snaps off the instant you first open it to put in batteries; BUT thankfully, the cover works 100% without the center guide tab.
Pros: Very solid construction for a PC controller. The button feedback and response time is very good also. Precise joysticks. Over 40' RF radius with 0% signal drop. Matte plastic finish on case keeps them from getting sweaty and nasty (Remember when your buddy lost at Tekken and handed you the old PS...
Cons: The only reason I did not give 5/5 Eggs is because one of the 3 controllers that I own of this model, had a USB receiver fail after a year or so. Thankfully the receivers are not uniquely keyed to the controller that they come with. You can use only 1 controller per receiver though. I wish I coul...
Summary: I bought this in Jan 2010, I'm writing the review in July. It's been so long, I don't remember if it came with batteries, but the point is it's still going strong on whatever I put in it when I got it. It gets used about 2 hours a day by the kids after school and unknown on the weekends.
Pros: Pretty sturdy, this is in a house full of 2nd graders that are not very careful w/stuff. Flawless install. Works out of the box on most games. If it doesn't, the mapping software has worked on about 95% of the stuff I've tried, including some MAME 32 Emulators. I like that it will save profiles.
Cons: Dad is stuck in the 80's. Some MAME 32 games don't map correctly, but I still think that's the emulator. Can't get the vibration feedback working. I still believe this is game specific (mostly non violent freeware). I do not believe this is the controller but I can't prove it.