- Firmware upgrade
- No original controller needed for verify action
- Full compliance with environmental standards
- Hot swapping
- Work on PS2 and PC
- Lightweight and USB-sized
- Vibration support
- Optimal button mapping
- Auto-register controllers
- Compatible with gamepads and joysticks
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*PS3/PS4 controllers connect to the Controller Adaptor automatically but must be connected with a USB cable at first-time use for the purpose of registering the controller.
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|Official Release Date||Jul 31, 2015|
|Product Measures||20cm x 11cm x 3cm|
|Average rating:||(4.5 out of 5)|
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Ps. If you are using XBO or wiiu pro controller on the ps4 the shortcuts for share are minus+L and for touch minus+R.
The converter also features Turbo and button remapping functions. I haven't tried these functions as I am happy with the default settings. Occasionally during gameplay my controller drops connection and it takes a second to resync. I don't think it's an issue with the converter though which is why I still rate it 5 stars. It could be something blocking the signal between the converter and the controller, or maybe the distance I'm sitting from the console. Either way, it happens pretty infrequently so it doesn't bother me.
I was also able to successfully connect a Dualshock controller to the Switch. There's a few things to know to get it to work, but once you change the settings it works flawlessly. First to sync the controller to the converter you need to hold the Share and PS buttons together, the lightpad should flash and then sync after awhile. Next I found you have to change under System Settings > Controllers and Sensors > Pro Controller Wired Communications and turn that option on. Then the Switch should be able to find it when you go to "Change grip/order."
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