Logitech Gamepad F310 Review – Buyer’s Guide

The first controller in this test is also the cheapest, Logitech Gamepad F310 is based on the PlayStation layout &  features all basic functions, with the exception of the vibration function. The left thumb-stick & the D-pad can assume each other’s function and you can switch the controller’s output between X input and Direct Input. With the latter function, you are able to use the bundled software to configure the buttons exactly as you want.

The triggers are a bit shorter than those of the other controllers in this test. They also offer a high amount of resistance, which may result in finger cramps when holding down these buttons for a longer period of time. Because of the modest dimensions of this game-pad, you can only hold it in a single way. The buttons and the D-pad react properly. The thumb-sticks, however, clearly have a dead-zone of 2.4mm and an acceleration as soon as the F310 detects movement. As a result, characters or vehicles in a game can not be controlled as precisely

 Some Thing More About Logitech Gamepad F310


Speaking to the controllers I own, the Logitech Gamepad F310  have solid construction.  The 310 is light weight comparing it to others such as Microsoft’s own wired Xbox 360 controller.  However the F510 controllers weight is more in line with a standard 360 controller as well as others that include vibration feedback.

The controller buttons have a pleasing slight ‘click’ when depressed and have a wonderful balance of resistance allowing ease of use without unintentional presses.  The buttons also are constructed in such a way that I have never had any of the keys bind up or stick while using them.  Both of these features make for a great gaming experience by ensuring you have enough controller feedback to know that buttons have been pressed as well as having nothing get in the way of pressing them.


  • Simple plug-and-play USB connection — works with Windows XP, Vista and 7
  • Customizable with Profiler software (requires software installation)
  • Broad game support—works with popular new titles and old favorites
  • 10 programmable buttons, 8-way programmable D-pad
  • Simple plug-and-play USB connection — works with Windows XP, Vista and 7
  • 10 programmable buttons, 8-way programmable D-pad


  • F310 have a six feet USB cord for distance PC gaming or using them with Steam / a Media PC in your living room.
  • A hardware switch allows you to change from X Input to Direct Input.
  • Floating 4 Point D-Pad lets you feel each directional press click individually instead of floating from a center axis.*
  • F710 uses 2 AA batteries as well as a controller specific nano receiver which lets you keep it plugged into your machine without worry of it being caught on objects.
  • F310 have a button to disable vibration feedback. Awesome
  • Full Xbox 360 button layout including press able Logitech ‘Home’ button and analog triggers.
  • Includes software to remap button inputs form Microsoft Windows Operating Systemsure

Good Things ( Pros )

  • Good build quality.
  • Good grip.
  • Colorful buttons.
  • Traditional Layout.
  • 6 Feet long wire.

Bed Things ( Cons )

  • D-pad is not comforting.
  • Buttons clicks way too loud.
  • Has X input and Direct input, many will find it complicated.
  • Cons Are Not Much the F310 this too good


This gamepad is quite inexpensive and price compromising

Last update was on: February 19, 2018 5:29 pm

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