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Okay for those out there reading this review, if you're like me then the reason you're considering on buying this controller is because you prefer the Xbox 360's controller over the PS3's controller (or maybe you're just curious). Either way this review will hopefully be a full detail on what you can expect to get out of this controller.
Xbox 360 Style Analogue Sticks
-The analogue sticks have the exact same placement as that of an Xbox 360 controller for those who find the PS3 analogue sticks that are placed right next to each other to be uncomfortable.
-This controller features a usb dongle that must be connected into one of the usb ports on the PS3 while the charging cable must be plugged into the other. The charging cable is very short so don't expect to be able to charge your controller while playing unless you have another more longer usb cable that you can use or you position yourself really close to the PS3 console. It's also worth mentioning that you won't be able to display the charge level of your controller by pressing the Home button, instead the LED indicator at the bottom of the controller will flash when the charge is running low. This may take some getting used to as you will no longer be notified when you need to charge the controller, you might want to charge it every time you finish a play session so that the controller doesn't all of a sudden stop working in the middle of a game. Also the home button does not turn on the PS3 console.
L1/RI Shoulder buttons and L2/R2 Back triggers
-The shoulder buttons and the back triggers have also been fashioned in the same manner as the Xbox 360 controller. The back triggers are especially like that of the Xbox 360 controller with a nice upward curve that feels comfortable and responsive. The shoulder buttons though similar to the Xbox 360 controller are noticeably raised higher than that of the Xbox 360 controller for those games that use the R1/L1 to aim and shoot. These games won't allow you to flip the shoulder buttons with the trigger buttons and it seems that the manufacturers took the care to make the shoulder buttons on the controller feel as responsive for the continua use of shooting/aiming. Though I would have preferred and even expected this controller to feature a switch button like the Gioteck HF2 Bluetooth Controller (this that allows you to flip the shoulder buttons with the trigger buttons. The lack of that switch feature is the biggest gripe I have with this controller.