After running into issues with the standard PS4 controllers, I'd been on the lookout for a ground level replacement, and stumbled onto this controller as one of the options that spoke to me. I was quite satisfied with this one, but I did pass it along to a friend having QC issues with a dual shock.
It has a sturdy build, the wide face buttons are satisfying to use, and L1 and R1 have a decent click. L and R triggers both do the job, though it might take a moment to get the feel for them. Everything seems to respond all well and good. The 3 meter cable is a godsend, and I wish more wired controllers would adopt that length. Touch-pad is solid, like it better than the Dualshock's.
The overall size isn't that much smaller than most everyday controllers, but the arrangements of the buttons is friendlier to smaller hands. The left side of the controller is just a bit too cramped between the left stick and d-pad for my personal comfort.
Speaking of the D-pad, it's about the size of the Xbox One's and it's alright, but if it has a proper pivot, it seems to be a bit too short. I do get a few odd unintended inputs from it, not often, but enough to make a caution of if you play fighting games with it.
No motion controls, but most wired pads don't so that's within my expectations. The headset-compatible 3.5 mm jack is appreciated.
Odd note: When trying it on my PC Steam recognized the controller an Xbox pad. Not a problem, just a funny observation. EDIT: It reads as a ps3 pad on the current version of the driver. Not a big deal, but a bit of a pity you had some sort of custom set-up using the TouchPad via a Linux distribution.
If you can get this controller at a good price, and don't mind it not being 100% feature complete, I'd say the Nacon Compact is worth a look.
|型号||Manette filaire compacte pour Playstation 4|
|商品尺寸||17 x 20.5 x 6.5 cm; 337.36 克|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||不是|