Logitech Wireless Gamepad (F710)

  • Model #: 940-000117
  • Web Code: 10157844
$69.99

Overview

With the Logitech Wireless Gamepad F710, you can play your favourite games without any cords to get in your way. It uses a powerful, wireless 2.4 GHz connection to keep you connected, while dual-motor vibration feedback lets you feel every hit, crash and explosion.

More Information

  • The 2.4 GHz connection uses a tiny transceiver that's so small, you can insert it into a USB port on your computer or laptop and leave it there; you get fast data transmission and virtually no delays, dropouts or interference
  • Dual-motor vibration feedback responds to every hit, crash and explosion to put you right into every moment of games that support vibration feedback
  • Multiple mode settings bring a familiar console-style controller experience to your PC with support for the broadest number of games
  • A classic controller design offers familiar and comfortable gameplay so you can focus on the game
  • The unique floating design of the D-pad makes it responsive to quick changes in direction, while rubber grips make game play extra comfortable
  • Profiler software lets you customize your gamepad with keyboard and mouse inputs (requires software installation)

What's in the Box?

  • Logitech Wireless Gamepad
  • Plug-and-Forget Nano-Receiver
  • 2 x AA Batteries
  • Range-Extending Receiver Cable
  • Software CD
  • User Documentation

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Parts - 1 Year(s)

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Customer Reviews

2.8 / 5
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Positive vs. Critical Reviews

Positive 53%

14 Reviews

Critical 46%

12 Reviews

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  • from Mississauga, ON
1.0

Wireless connection issues

This controller, when/if it works is great. The major issue with this controller is that it has constant wireless connection issues, usually caused by other wireless signals. I have exchanged this controller thinking that it was my particular one that was having issues. Same problems. Years after, in my naiveté thinking that since this controller was still being sold, that these issues would have been resolved, I bought another one. Same problems. Please do yourself a favour and save your money. Buy the wired version of this controller, or just grab an XBox controller. This controller is a colossal waste of money


  • from Toronto, ON
1.0

Not worth it at all

Like others have said, the connection isn't great. The buttons don't feel great either, especially the d-pad. It's also super heavy, and it's bulky in the back where the batteries go. I went out and bought an xBox One controller (not the pro) and it's amazing for PC gaming. Just pay a little extra and go get one. That's what all of the comparison articles you came across on Google already told you to do anyway.


  • from Toronto, On
5.0

Almost a year later

I have had other controllers in the past like XB360 and XB1 controllers, but I think this one was the most solid choice I made when getting a controller. I mean sure, it isn't as easily setup like any other controller, but it's optionality very much appealed to me especially a PC gamer. It has some weight and bulk, but overall, i got use to it. I would really like Logitech to bring an update for this product.


  • from Calgary, AB
1.0

Don't ever buy this product

Honestly the worst gamepad out there. I'd rather use an xbox controller rip off than this garbage. Pros -none Cons -The wireless receiver is so bad that it needs to be on your lap to have good signal. If it's about 10 inches away from the controller the signal goes on and off. -Right trigger broke after 2 months of use. Both left and right triggers are very hard to push, then it loosens up after a few weeks. -The controller is fat and heavy. In conclusion, just buy something else. Signal is very bad that you cant use it unless you use the adapter and stick it on the controller. DONT even pick this up even if its on sale.


  • from Abbotsford, BC
1.0

Constant interference

When the controller works, it works very well, but the wireless is incredibly bad. I've had constant issues with stuck inputs and this has been an ongoing problem for many users for several years. Avoid this product and instead just go for the f510 which is the wired equivalent (or the f310 if you don't care for vibration).


  • from Hamilton, ON
1.0

Possibly the worst wireless gamepad

I purchased this gamepad from BestBuy 2 years ago when it was on sale. Logitech did not update the drivers further, means if you have a Windows 8/8.1/10, do NOT get this wireless gamepad. There are no drivers for operating systems newer than Windows 7. The gamepad still works with Microsoft Xbox' drivers, however, you'll keep suffering because it always loses the connection and sometimes disconnects while in usage. Another bad part is when you try to connect it. The light keeps flashing and you have to repeat over and over again till it finally connects. I have an older gamepad Logitech F310 and it's working perfectly till this day with my Windows 8.1, no disconnections or connection drops. F310's only problem is it's not wireless, otherwise it's far better in every aspect.


  • from Orleans, ON
1.0

if it wants to work...

I can't recommend this product to anyone simply because this wireless controller constantly interferes with other Logitech wireless controllers of the same brand. Meaning, if you plan to own more than one of these(or any Logitech controller for that matter), the connection to both controllers will consistently drop out, making any game unplayable.


  • from Vernon, BC
4.0

works great

Overall this is a pretty good controller. I have tested the controller to be working with the following systems: -Windows 10 (works with both XInput and Directinput) -Linux, Ubuntu 15.10 (works with both XInput and Directinput) -Raspberry PI, RetroPie distro (works with both XInput and Directinput) -Playstation 3 (works in directinput mode) no special drivers needed to be downloaded for any system and it worked "out of the box" Pros: Good Compatibility. Appears to be quite solid/well constructed Cons: The rumble is a little weak, probably to conserve battery power. It uses standard AA batteries rather than a rechargeable li-ion. I found the controller can be a little temperamental about hot swapping between XInput and Directinput modes often requiring a unplug/replug of the receiver. Other thoughts: Personally i don't find the bulkiness of this controller a problem, but i can understand why some people would find it off-putting. Depending on the price (i got mine i sale) and if you need the directinput mode, an XBox controller may be a better choice.


  • from Wolfville, NS
4.0

pretty decent

other people say its uncomfortable to hold, but I find it very comfortable (though I have large rather strong hands so that may change my opinion) It was confusing for me to begin with, then I did a google search and put it in x-mode and it worked fine with pretty much everything (win 8.1) the range is good as long as it has a line of sight BUT... after about two years, It just decided to stop every few minutes until I took out the batteries and put them in again, or restarted the computer. I have no idea what the problem is, but I think I'd recommend the wired one over this (if its as quality as this one)


  • from Ottawa, ON
1.0

no drivers for win8.1

The packaging claims this controller works with win8 but I could not get it to work and there are no win8 drivers for it on the Logitech site. I returned mine and will by something else once I figure out what will work.


  • from Wasaga Beach, ON
2.0

Very bulky

I bought this controller thinking it was going to be just a wireless version of the traditional gamepad, but I was wrong. It's very bulky and not comfortable for long period gaming. You have to make sure there is almost a direct line of sight or else it wont work properly or lags. Still keeping it though as a desperate backup controller (something to play games with for 30mins or so while another controller charges). The trigger buttons don't feel that great at all. I did like the vibration feature but that is pretty much it.


  • from Toronto, ON
3.0

Works great with Steam games

First thing to know: It has a switch on the front for XInput (Xbox controls) or Direct Input. If you leave it on XInput it works fine for all games that are written for Xbox controller compatibility (so pretty much any game also available on console). This goes for games on Steam Big Picture as well. If your game doesn't' work you'll have to switch to DirectInput and install the configuration software from Logitech's website. Second: You almost need a direct line of sight to make sure the wireless signal does not cut out, so don't put the USB dongle into a back port of your PC. Put it on a front port if you have one or on a USB hub. You can use the included USB extension to run a cable from back or side ports of a computer to the front if you're sitting 6-7 feet away. Overall: It has the PlayStation thumbsticks layout which I prefer, but it's much heavier than an Xbox or PS3 controller. An Xbox 360 for Windows wireless controller is the same price, so if you like the Xbox layout go with that one instead. I bought two of these gamepads for half price on Boxing Day and it was only worth it because of that.


  • from Richmond, BC
4.0

Good performer with a few faults

This controller works well out of the box. It is recognized by pretty much all the PC games I have that support controllers and I have not had any issues as far as compatibility goes. The battery life appears to be good. Two main issues I have with this controller: Shoulder buttons: The lower shoulder buttons (R2+L2) are spring-loaded and the springs are way too stiff. An ungodly amount of force must be exerted to depress them. Unless you have finger muscles of a body builder, playing any game that requires frequent use of these two buttons will give your middle fingers spasms after 30 minutes. Range: It isn't long. Most people buy wireless controllers because they don't want to deal with another cable and they want longer range. You get the first with this controller but if you sit more than a few feet away from the receiver (less if there are obstacles between you) the controller starts to lose response. If you will be sitting close to your PC and have hands of Hercules, this will be a great buy. Otherwise see if you can find a store demo model and try out the shoulder buttons first before buying


  • from Surrey, BC
1.0

Piece of bad stuff

This is the worst thing i have Ever bouhgt gamewise, made my computer crash everytime i tired to play with it, got it replaced for a new one but same thing happened, [...].


  • from Vancouver, BC
4.0

Good, but

Good but, I don't have one. The box was pretty.


  • from Lloydminster
2.0

Gamepad without any game

Upon first glance, this looks like a typical controller, and it is, until you try to use the [...] thing. It is so hard to program game profiles its ridiculous. Most of my games don't even recognize this gamepad. It was a nightmare trying to find drivers for it. Basically the only way to get it to work is by downloading the xbox controller drivers and 'tricking' your computer into thinking its an xbox controller. I cant believe how limited the selection is for gamepads these days. [...]


  • from Ontario
1.0

Most uncomfortable controller on earth

This is the most uncomfortable controller I have ever used in my entire life for the wireless feature you sacrifice comfort and use because of were they stored the batteries under neath the controller I also read other persons review and for those that do not know how to use a controller or Microsoft Windows this controller puts its self to sleep very fast to conserve batterie power you push the button in the middle of the controller that says logitech in order to wake it up instantly for use also there is a switch on the controller switch it from X to D if its not working with some certain games this increases compatibility for some games


  • from Ottawa
3.0

Comfortable but faulty

I bought this controller in Febuary and uppon trying it the first thing that came to my mind was how comfortable and intuitive this controler is. I began to play with it a little and that is when the problem started comming. The controller loses it's connection with the receiver every so often. I tried with the usb extention and same result. I then tried it on my linux machine and it is now working perfectly fine. Over all it is not a bad controller but even if it is labeled as a windows controller it works better in linux.


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