The Sony DualShock 4 Wireless Controller keeps its general design while making a couple of useful tweaks. Compared to the DualShock 3, this controller has improved dual analog sticks and trigger buttons offer precise control, and the capacitive touch pad provides a unique way of interacting with games. The Share button also allows you to share your gameplay over social media.
This version of the DualShock 4 includes a second, small light bar just above the touch pad, allowing players to check its color at a glance. It also allows for data to be passed through its micro-USB port, rather than just power, letting you use it as both a traditional bluetooth controller and as a wired one — for when wireless latency is slowing you down.
Sharing at Your Fingertips
|Buttons||PS button Share button Options button D-Pad (up, down, right, left) Action buttons (triangle, circle, cross, square) Trigger buttons (R1, R2, L1, L2) Touch Pad button|
|Touch Pad||2-point capacitive touch with click mechanism|
|Motion Sensor||Six-axis motion sensing systems (three-axis gyroscope, three-axis accelerometer)|
|Ports||1 x Micro-USB 1 x Extension port 1 x Stereo headset jack|
|Wireless Connectivity||Bluetooth 2.1+EDR|