Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Precision Controller for PlayStation2
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Great solution to small spaces
Rowan B., Newegg
2 February 2009
Pros: Nice weight to the controller, works just like a normal controller with cables. The lack of cables are perfect because I have a small room and my previous controller kept getting tangled into my chair. Has a long battery life.
Summary: Still on the original set of batteries, but using rechargeables is probably a good idea still. It is easily worth the money for convenience, I just wish it had a stronger transmitter.
Pros: Having a 9 year old son showed me how quickly the cables can get ruined on standard PS2 controllers. The wireless controller is durable, comfortable, and doesn't appear to have any lag. Most importantly, no wires to get tangled.
Cons: It sometimes drops signal if you're sitting in such a way that you have the controller in your lap and your legs up blocking the path between the controller and PS2 from ~12 feet away. Not a real big deal though, just sit like a normal person and it never loses signal.
Summary: This is the second version of Logitech’s Cordless (wireless) PS2 controller and seems to the best one on the market by far.
Pros: Good wireless connectivity with the PS2 (have not tried it yet with the PC) great range and input is very responsive. Face buttons have nice tactile feeling (and they are pressure sensitive). Vibration motors are just right, not too strong and not too weak. Construction is solid and the outer sur...
Cons: Shoulder buttons are harder to reach because they are higher up and the lip hangs over a bit more. The D-pad and Dual Analog Sticks are a bit looser and have less resistance then the standard PS2 controller. The controller is heavy compared to wired models and might be too much for younger gamers...
Summary: It feels well built and of high quality. Definately recommended if you want wireless controllers, and/or are tired of the Sony controllers' shoulder buttons sticking (particularly irritating in racing games).
Pros: The buttons are very responsive, and feel crisp compared to the standard PS2 controller (especially the triggers!) Thumbsticks are a little better, they don't have the tendancy to get slippery as fast as the standard controllers. Wireless is always nice, even though I generally try to stay away f...
Cons: D-pad is a little mushy feeling, nothing too bad though (it's far better than the Sony one, at any rate). However, the shape of the controller seems like it will only work if you have big (single finger on triggers) or very small (index and middle finger on triggers) hands. If you're in between t...