10-29-2010 01:27 PM
Analog stick buttons on my new F710 behave strangely. When I press one it first goes down just a little (probably 1-2 mm) and then clicks. I expected it to click right after applying enough pressure, without going down first. Can somebody confirm that this behavior is normal?
Hope my explanation is ok and sorry for crappy english.
11-04-2010 05:42 PM
If I were you I would ask immediatley to the customer service and explain the issue. I don't know about Logitech customer service but I had an Xbox controller which touch was a little hard while pressing, and I call them and they ask me to submit a copy of the bill and in 24 hours send me another one :-) I was simply amazed but how fast and quicly reacted so I guess Logitech should do the same. For them the customer is very important and that F710 gamepad which I also plan to buy is not precisely cheap.
11-06-2010 08:44 AM
Thanks for your suggestion. It seems like this behavior is normal. I just want to get confirmation from other F710 owners. If I don't get it soon, I'll have to ask Logitech's support.
11-16-2010 10:48 AM - edited 11-16-2010 10:57 AM
Apart of that particular issue are you happy with your F710 purchase? In Spain still haven't arrived and surely I'll buy it this friday. They have already the F 510 but I really prefer the freedom of a wireless gamepad as long as I can use it as a Windows Media Center remote with the appropiate software and I also like the silver color. About the batteries , I guess longs quite a lot and that it uses AA batteries, isnt it ?
Also would like to know if RT and LT buttons are hard to press or not... I use to play PES 2011 and my old gamepad that already sold didnt have that kind of Xbox 360 analog touch also on RT and LT buttons so that's why I ask if the response is fast after pressing them or not. Thanks.
11-16-2010 01:24 PM
It's using two AA batteries, yes. I have not played with gamepad for years before I bought this, so I can't compare it with anything. There is currently one issue with F710, check out this thread before you buy.