Reviews and Problems with Logitech Cordless Precision Controller for PLAYSTATION3
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NOT RECOMMENDED - No replacement parts
25 May 2012
Summary: Hi, I did not purchase this from Amazon but I have this controller and my recent experience should be a warning to anyone who is thinking to buy this one. The controller is good. I like the ease of using AA batteries, but at the same time original Sony controllers have good longevity.
Summary: Iv had the DUALSHOCK3 SIXAXIS controller for the ps3 (the original ps3 controller that it comes with witch costs about 50 or so everywhere you find it) and iv been in great need of another controller for when my friends and my family were over. and ill tell ya, i got what i was asking for!
Summary: Logitech is usually pretty good about making alternative brand name accessories for gaming consoles and other home entertainment stuff (remotes) but they really blew it with this one. They went with outdated technology to pair with a state-of-the-art console.
Pros: Less expensive than PS3 brand controllers Has rumble feature
Cons: It does not support support Sixaxis which at first doesn't seem like a big deal for an inexpensive controller. That's until you realize that some games (like Little Big Planet) won't recognize the controller because of this. - the USB receiver that must be plugged in is pretty annoying since it h...
Summary: I have the dualshock 3 controller, the regular sixaxis, and this logitech one and i use the logitech. i like the way the triggers are for L2 and R2. my fingers slide off on the other two controllers and for anyone that plays FPS games you know thats a pain. i have no complaints with it so far
Summary: I don't have a ps3, and don't plan to get one. I purchased a wireless rumblepad 2 right before this, and here are the reasons why opted for this one, despite the lack of rumble: The rumblepad's receiver is laughably huge compared to the tiny stick that came with this product; the housing for...
Pros: The receiver is tiny, the controller is comfortable, and this baby has no wires for me to worry about. Wonderful. Not to mention it works flawlessly in linux for me, straight out of the box (and I assume would work flawlessly in windows as well, though I haven't tested it yet). Fantastic.
Cons: No rumble, but I knew that (strange that most sites that carry it don't seem to know it...). Anyone who actually reads the box will know that it's not mentioned. As further proof, any logitech controller with rumble has a rumble toggle button (the wireless rumblepad 2, for instance). Look closely...
Summary: *The design is significantly different from the SixAxis. -dual analog sticks feel stiffer - R3/L3 more difficult -dual analog sticks are surfaced with material that slips more than a SixAis -dpad has one circle button that registers all movement (like the xbox 360 controller) while the SixAxis has 4...
Pros: *Cheap. I payed $20 less than a SixAxis. *Good build quality. Seems durable and heavy, not afraid to drop this a few times. *Batteries replaceable *Rumble(?)
Cons: *No SixAxis support - a lot of games will not work properly *Batteries replaceable *Requires USB dongle - I only have 1 USB port left when using this controller