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Pros: Fast, quiet, responsive, looks great, does what it's supposed to do.
Cons: Expensive. I'm not a fan of the slide up screen and can easily see it getting sloppy and loose over time. I've been using the touch screen almost exclusively because of how flimsy it feels.
Other Thoughts: For the price they could at least include a storage pouch. A built in storage port for the stylus would have been nice as well.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech F510 Rumble Gamepad with broad game support and dual vibration motors
Pros: Sturdy, really nice rubber material/feel on the handles (black parts), sticks aren't too hard to press, floating D-pad, no dead zones that I've found, vibration isn't wimpy, Windows quickly found drivers for it.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: My only real beef is that my fingers are a tad short to reach the main triggers the way I would like. The buttons land in about the middle of my finger when I would like them to pass over the buttons with a little room to spare so I can squeeze them rather than pull. Also, the cord is at least 6 feet long and would probably only be a problem if you tried to play from a couch. I plug mine into a frontal panel USB and have plenty of slack.READ FULL REVIEW