PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller

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PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller
PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller


  • Discover a deeper, highly immersive gaming experience with the innovative new PS5 controller, featuring haptic feedback and dynamic trigger effects
  • The DualSense wireless controller also includes a built-in microphone and create button, all integrated into an iconic, comfortable design

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Specification: PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller


1 Lithium ion batteries required.




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18.9 x 7 x 19.2 cm, 430 Grams

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5 reviews for PlayStation 5 DualSense Wireless Controller

3.4 out of 5
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  1. AmazonsTrusted

    Can anyone explain to me why when this controller is off, and you press L1 and R1 buttons it feels like a spring is broke inside and it vibrates the controller as you hold it, not the vibration like in games, this vibration is in our physical world and it only occurs with L1 and R1 buttons it feels cheap and or broken.

    I gave 1 star also based on the fact I prefer ps4 controller than ps5

    1: its bigger than ps4
    2: It’s heavier and has geater wrist strain on long hours of gameplay
    3: L1 and R1 buttons feel cheap or broken
    4: the D-pad hurts my fingers because of the way its designed, I thought they would fix that from the ps4 model.
    5: buttons Square X triangle and O seem too low and don’t feel as satisfying as the ps4 one
    6: The built in mic might be breaching privacy issues when Sony can listen to you even if you turn it off, there is no proof they are or aren’t mic should always be built in headsets not controllers.
    7: Battery didn’t last as long as I thought it would but when you…

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  2. Stu

    So the PS5 Controller has landed, so I thought I would in box it and get it fully charged for the arrival of the PS5 BUT no charging cable in the box and it’s a USB-C needed!!!
    Contacted Sony and it does not come with a charger WTF NO charger so how am I suppose to charge it!!!!! Crazy
    Yes the PS5 will come with a charger but firstly I don’t have the PS5 and secondly what if I want to charge 2 controllers at once??????
    Utter madness

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  3. II Hibari II

    Pay top price for a control pad and they can’t even be bothered to throw in a charging cable.

    It’s a nice design and everything but not supplying the very component need to charge the item is ridiculous, heck even WISH sends charger cables and they suck.

    I’m giving this three stars just becuase the actual pad is decent. But no cable is a no no for me and people can argue ‘theyre only cheap just buy one” if they’re only cheap why not supply one lol

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  4. MyKeyReviews

    Since the original DualShock controller, Sony have made considerable improvements over the years as technology got better and better.

    I can see why they have diverted from naming this controller DualShock 5 but instead calling it ‘DualSense’, the reasoning for this is certainly key changes such as the old rumble motor and has now opted for dual actuators which can replicate specific frequencies to give a more immersive experience through haptic feedback.

    Another key feature are the adaptive triggers which allows the game developer to add resistance to the triggers. A perfect example which has been used many times to explain this is when you draw a bow, initially it’s very easy to pull back until it gets to a point where more and more resistance is applied making it tougher to go any further; developers can simulate these in the triggers.

    The DualSense like the DualShock 4 also has an in-built microphone, speaker, touchpad, three-axis gyroscope and a three-axis accelerometer. With all…

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  5. Stephen

    Today I received my DuelSense controller… but alas no PS5 to connect it to until next Thursday 🙁

    I’ll update this review once I’ve had chance to try it out, but I thought I’d offer my opinion on the aesthetics for the time being.

    The DuelSense is slightly larger than the DuelShock for the PS4 – this is something I like, as it finally feels like a worthy challenger to my beloved xBox controller (which was the thing I missed the most when I swapped sides from team Microsoft to team Sony back in the XOne/PS4 days).

    It also feels more weighty than the DuelShock and I love the design with the teeny tiny PS symbols that adorn it’s beautiful facade!

    I would point out that there is no charging cable included, which is disappointing for a premium product (and explains why I’ve only awarded 4 stars). That being said, I’m sure the PS5 will include a charging cable, so it’s not the end of the world.

    For me, this is the best looking controller on the market. Whether it is the best performing…

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