Logitech ChillStream Gamepad For PS3 Review

Posted: Apr 26 2007, 4:29pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:38am CDT, in News | I4U Gadget Reviews

Logitech ChillStream Gamepad for PS3 Review
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Earlier today we looked at the Thrustmaster Run’N’ Drive PS3 controller and now we are back with a review of the Logitech ChillStream Controller for PS3. If you have a problem with sweaty hands during long gaming sessions this is the gamepad for you.

A large multi-speed fan is built into the controller and blows cool air across your palms to keep you nice and cool. The ChillStream also has some other nice features and a few drawbacks.Review excerpt: “My Logitech ChillStream for PS3 review sample has a high gloss piano black case that looks just like the case on my PS3. The downside to all that shine is that finger prints and smudges show up quite badly.” Read the full Logitech ChillStream Controller for PS3 review here.

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