Logitech game controllers are at the cutting edge of gaming technology and they allow you to experience different games in very unique fashions. You can actually get a true to life experience while using an interactive video game controller as opposed to the standard and old fashioned video game controllers where all you can do is press buttons.
Types of Logitech Video Game Controllers
There are Logitech video game controllers for all sorts of games. Here are some of the most popular and most widely used for a variety of gaming systems:
o Saitek X52 Flight Control System: The Saitek X52 Fight Control System comes complete with two separate pieces, the stick and the throttle. With additional buttons on each, you can completely ignore your keyboard as you play your favorite aviation game on the PC. The X52 features a progressive throttle with tension adjustment and the Flight Control System comes with Multi Function Display ability, so you can quickly check how you programmed the commands. The Saitek X52 also has illuminated lights so no matter what time it is, you can enjoy your favorite games. The Saitek X52 Flight Control System retails for approximately $100-$150 and is compatible with PC operating systems, including Windows Vista.
o Saitek Cyborg Evo Wireless PC Flight Stick – PS30: This all in one joystick is wireless so you can sit in your favorite spot and still have all of the control you need to perform at your best. With just one AA battery you can enjoy 50 hours of game play, and with a 30 meter range, you can play from anywhere you want and you’ll never lose your signal in the heat of battle. The Cyborg Evo is compatible with Windows XP and Windows Vista and can be purchased in the range of $75.
o Cordless Rumblepad 2 with Vibration Feedback: This is one of the best all purpose video game controllers for your computer gaming and is functional with both PCs and Macs. This wireless controller has a battery life of over 100 hours and has a duel vibration system that allows you to really feel all the jolts and bangs of the game you’re playing, whether you’re shooting a gun or snowboarding down a mountain. The Cordless Rumblepad 2 sells for about $40 and as mentioned works with both the PC and the Mac, leaving the door wide open to keep on gaming if you have different types of computers at different locations or ever decide to switch.
o MOMO Force Feedback Racing Wheel: This might be one of the most exciting video game controllers ever produced. The steering wheel, designed to be as authentic as possible, puts you into the driver’s seat of your favorite racing games, literally. But you don’t just get to turn the steering wheel, you get intense Force Feedback so you feel all the bumps, fender benders and crashes. The system also features programmable buttons that allow you to have the game control you are looking for and actual gas and brake pedals, along with a paddle shifter. This Logitech video game controller is for use on the PC and retails at approximately $100.