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Video: PS4 DualShock 4 Revision AK8CUHZCT1F1 Comparison Arrives

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3w ago - Today YouTube user Trials Of Ataraxia shared a video of a PS4 DualShock 4 revision AK8CUHZCT1F1 comparison to the previous PlayStation 4 DS4 controller versions below.

From the video's caption and comments: A brief look at the differences between the launch and new DualShock 4.

From Trials Of Ataraxia: I don't think either is better. It's just a comparison. There were rumors of a longer battery life and they are different batteries but the same stats basically. 

Actually the ribbon cable for the touch sensor goes through the plastic of the mounting plastic for the PCB. If modding, that is helpful to know. It has to go through that hole now. I still say the Dpad is different and the 2-tone is not a pronounced. Maybe that gives is a less glossy look. The grey part is def less grey and more black.

Finally, from Eric Maxcer: The only difference is the rubber on the sticks. Everything else is your imagination, the old DS4 is glossy because it's been used.. like this one.






 

Video: How to Pair DualShock 4 Controller with PS3 to Work Wirelessly

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8w ago - Today YouTube user SuperOriginalA made available a video on how to pair a DualShock 4 Controller with the PS3 to work wirelessly with details below.

To quote: The DualShock 4 Can Now Be Used Wirelessly On PS3

The PS4's controller has been compatible with the PS3 since launch, though only if it was connected through a USB wire. However it now appears one of the recent updates allows for you to connect the controller and use it wirelessly.

I just came across a tip on Reddit (reddit.com/r/PS3/comments/29jpiv/ds4_is_now_supported_wirelessly_after_recent_ps3/) now, and had to try it out for myself, though the console doesn't actually recognize the controller as an official Sony one. The step by step guide is as follows:

  • Connect DS4 with wire to PS3 then turn on.
  • Go to Accessory settings.
  • Select Manage Bluetooth Devices, and start scanning for device.
  • Unplug DS4
  • While scanning hold the PS & Share buttons on the DS4.
  • When the light flashes quickly on DS4 plug back in and select Wireless Controller.
  • Let registration complete and then unplug.





This isn't full recognition and as a result things like the PS button, as well...
 

Sony Announces Wave Blue DualShock 4 Controller Hits US This Fall

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9w ago - Following up on their Urban Camouflage and Glacier White DS4 models, today Sony announced that the Wave Blue DualShock 4 Controller is coming to the United States this Fall with details below.

To quote: "While the DualShock 4 controller is (arguably) the best PlayStation controller ever built, it could stand to be a bit more stylish. This fall, it will get some color with the release of a Wave Blue controller.

As you can see from the gallery below, this thing looks slick! The entire controller isn’t blue, just the face. This design choice makes it look that much more distinctive and eye pleasing.

Other than “Fall” we don’t have a concrete release date but when we find out we’ll let you guys know. In the meantime, check out the pretty pictures below."


 

Sony Announces Urban Camouflage DualShock 4 Controller for PS4

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11w ago - Following up on their Glacier White PS4 announcement, today Sony released to the press details on their upcoming Urban Camouflage DualShock 4 Controller for PS4.

To quote: While no mention of it was made at Sony Computer Entertainment’s press conference that just ended, the publisher just sent in a couple pictures of a rather beautiful urban camouflage DualShock 4 for the PS4.

The controller will be available this fall in both North America and Europe for $59 or €59 depending on your local currency, and you can start by feasting your eyes on its pictures above and below.

It looks quite lovely, doesn’t it?


 

Videos: DualShock 4 Controller Mod Offers Portable PS4 Gaming

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28w ago - Below are some videos on a PlayStation 4 DualShock 4 (DS4) controller modification that offers portable PS4 gaming from FamilyGamerTV via YouTube.

To quote via Forbes (linked above): "Controlling a Vita and Dual Shock 4 improves the experience more than you might imagine. Hack them together like my daughter did and you have a new way to play PlayStation 4 games on the go - big bright screen, controller sticks, lights and rumble.

While console battles excite and drive avid gamers to buy technology early, it’s not until these devices find themselves battered at the bottom of toy boxes that we really know how valuable they are.

It’s obvious that the DS is a big success in the families I work with, not just because of the sales curve but seeing them covered in stickers, half falling apart and with an old pen replacing the stylus. Like writing their names on the underside of favorite toys, this kind of treatment is a child’s way of saying they love something.

Both grown-ups and children have been increasingly using the PlayStation Vita, but it wasn’t until this weekend that the little device really came of age in our household. It felt like we finally found some ways to use it that really fitted how we wanted to game as a family.

First, as...
 
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