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Date: September 13th, 2004
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Logitech
<---SHOP FOR A LOGITECH RUMBLEPAD 2 VIBRATION PC GAMEPAD

 

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS & FEATURES




Product Features:


Dual vibration feedback motors
: Feel all the hits, crashes, explosions, and many more effects .
Rubber grips : Specially textured rubber gives you a solid grip
Familiar button layout : 10 programmable action buttons, plus Mode and Vibration selectors and 8-way D-pad
Analog control : Two analog sticks give you a performance edge with smooth 360-degree control
Software included : Customize buttons, download game profiles, assign shift-button, and more


Product Requirements:


- PC with Pentium® processor or compatible
- 64 MB RAM
- 20 MB of available hard disk space
- CD-ROM drive
- USB port
- Windows® 98, 2000, Me, or XP


Macintosh® Requirements:


- Macintosh® with USB port
- Mac® OS 9 or Mac® OS 10.x or higher


PRODUCT COMPOSITION


For the affordable price of ~US$25, you will receive.



The product box is fairly standard and allows the consumer to get a good look at the gamepad before making the purchase. EA Games(r) has officially verified that this gamepad will work with their new 2005 line of driving and sports games like Madden NFL 2005 and Nascar Thunder 2005 just to name a couple.



Once the protective cardboard has been removed, the first thing that will fall out onto your lap is the product manual, ergonomic information along with the driver and software CD. The documentation is in plan english and is easy to follow. The CD Driver installation is practically fool proof and sets the controller up in a blistering 30 seconds and that is if you are distracted a couple times to have a quick couple sips of that fresh coffee or Jolt Cola.



Next and last out of the box is the controller. Now I won't be going into much on this controller in this section other than it uses a standard USB port for easy installation. I will go into more detail in my testing section.


Let's face it, US$25 bucks is not all that bad for a high quality vibration feedback PC controller. Some people might say, "Why do you think that?". Well, seeing that in the gaming market a gaming mouse pad can be tagged with a ridiculous US$50 pricetag for some models, a whole controller for half the price seems to be quite the deal. I myself thought that this controller was going to be at least US$50+ dollars only to be pleasantly surprised when I found out just how cheap it really is.

 

 


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