- Brand Name: ZD
- Item model number: ZD-V108-B
- Hardware Platform: PC
- Item Weight: 11.2 ounces
- Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 2.8 inches
- Item Dimensions L x W x H: 7.6 x 5.4 x 2.8 inches
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Let me list positive and and negatives first. Then I'll go into detailPositives: despite the lower price, this controller is great quality.It came in an aesthetically pleasing box. And used foam to keep it safe during shipping. Plug and play. The size is good. Fits just right into my hands. Comfortable analogs. And feels well made.Negatives. It takes some getting used to not having pressurized triggers. It uses click triggers instead of the common pressured triggars.The LED light in the middle is annoying in a darkened room. (Just taped over it with some cut duct tape)Neutral(not good or bad) cord length is what you expect for a pc based product.It is about half as long as a xbox 360 cord. So if you are looking for something for console. This may not be for you. I'm using it for laptop/pc so cord length is not something I care about.Now for a detailed review.This controller preforms and feels just as mainstream and name brand as sony duelshock and Microsoft xbox controllers. As with any controller just plug it in and drivers will install.Let me start off by saying that I came to this controller because duelshock Sony controller analogs always became loose after use. And Microsoft xbox controller analogs squwaked all the time. (And Microsoft analogs use rubber which can make your fingertips feel uncomfortable with constant rubbing) I have not had any of the issues listed with this controller.It came in perfect condition. As I said it takes getting used to the trigger buttons because they are essentially the same as "bumper" buttons.None of my buttons stick or get stuck, and they all work fine. The controller does not have rubber grips, which makes it a bonus to me because rubber tends to wear and eventually feel rough on the skin. The controller seems as durable as name brand console controllers, I've never abused my electronics so I'm not an expert.( I wouldn't go throwing it at the floor or walls)The plastic does not seem cheap at all. It definitely doesn't feel like some crappy third partY knockoff you would expect for a low price like this.I've had no connection issues at all. Through and through I feel this controller is definitely worth getting if you're sick of Microsoft or Sony extorting your money for less than satisfactory quality work.
I just received this item couple hours ago and start playing right away. My opinion is this gamepad is way better than similar logitech gamepad F310. Especially, for the fighting game like Mortal Kombat The D-pad design helps a lot to press right directions and execute the desired combos :D.I use the latest Win.10 and I tested the gamepad on steam MKXL. You just plug and play don't need to install any application. Additionally it is a little heavier than logitech F310 but it isn't something you will complain in the contrary you will love the weight it is just right.When I first start to play the buttons were little stiff but after couple of games it finds its place.Please let me know if you have any questions, before you purchase this item.Thanks,
I wish I could write a more positive review for this gamepad because I quite like it. The feel is perfect; it has a nice weight to it. The face buttons are solid (especially the D-pad). Overall, it is pretty close to the DS3 experience.However, the biggest drawback (as well as the reason why this is going back to Amazon) is the shoulder buttons (R1, R2, L1, L2). I tested the controller in Valkyria Chronicles on PC where you can use the L2 and R2 buttons to browse through various menus. Unfortunately, the buttons did not reliably register the presses and felt pretty rough - almost as if there was too much plastic on the button or the housing, which prevented effective pressing.I guess I could mod the controller or order another one to see if I got a lemon (and for under $20 I still might), but I am a bit hesitant. Unfortunately, there aren't that many parallel stick PC gamepads (I just don't like the asymmetric XBox design), so this still might be the best option. Right now, however, I'd say buy this at your own peril. You might get a solid one, or you might get a crappy one that you'll end up sending back.