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Finally, an official PS2 Dualshock pad under £15 and in stock!!!
Great for anybody with kids who still have a PS2 and their controllers are getting a bit past it LOL!!
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is this wired or wireless
Wired as it's for the PS2
Hot if you need one :thumbsup:
Apart from the Wire whats the difference between a PS2 and a PS3 Controller?
Apart from the Wire whats the difference between a PS2 and a PS3 Controller?

Feature and design changes
The Sixaxis can operate for up to 30 hours on a full charge. The battery was originally not thought to be replaceable when a Sony spokesperson stated that the Sixaxis should operate for "many years before there's any degradation in terms of battery performance. When and if this happens, then of course Sony will be providing a service to exchange these items".[3] Later, it was revealed that the Sixaxis came with instructions on how to remove the battery and that the battery was fully removable.[4]
A major feature of the controller is the ability to sense both rotational orientation and translational acceleration along all three dimensional axes, providing six degrees of freedom.[5] This became a matter of controversy, as the circumstances of the announcement, made less than eight months after Nintendo revealed motion-sensing capabilities in its new game console controller (see Wii Remote), led to speculation that the addition of motion-sensing was a late-stage decision by Sony to follow Nintendo's move. Further fueling the speculation was the fact that only Warhawk shown at E3 that year demonstrated the motion-sensing feature.[citation needed] Also, some comments from Incognito Entertainment, the developer behind the motion-sensing PlayStation 3 game, Warhawk, said that it received development controllers with the motion-sensing feature only 10 days or so before E3.[6] Developer Brian Upton from SCE Studios Santa Monica later clarified that the Incognito had been secretly working on the motion-sensing technology "for a while", but did not receive a working controller until "the last few weeks before E3".[7]
The Sixaxis features finer analog sensitivity than the DualShock 2, increased to 10-bit precision from the 8-bit precision of the DualShock 2.[8] The frame beneath the L2 and R2 buttons has been omitted and these buttons have been made trigger-like, with the range of travel determining the degree of analog input rather than the range of pressure. In the place of the "Analog" mode button switch of previous dual analog models is a jewel-like "PS button" with the PlayStation logo, which can be used to access the home menu, switch controller inputs and turn the console or the controller on or off.
bought one few min ago :)
Thanks for the reply Xenu!

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