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Sony PS3 Dualshock 3 Wireless Black Controller
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Sony PS3 Dualshock 3 Wireless Black Controller

PS3 Dualshock 3 - Sony PS3 DualShock 3 Wireless Controller Black

Scan Code: LN22159

Manufacturer Code: PS3 Dualshock 3

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Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (SCEI) introduces the DUALSHOCK®3 Wireless Controller, a new controller for PLAYSTATION®3 (PS3®) incorporating a rumble feature. It inherits the basic design and functionality of the popular PlayStation® controller, while keeping the high-precision, high response motion sensitive six-axis sensing system. The added rumble feature, combined with the highly realistic motion sensitive six-axis sensing system, takes gamers deeper into the world of interactivity, delivering a more intuitive, realistic and immersive game play experience. The new controller will also benefit PS3 content creators, by giving them the ability to further expand their creative imagination.

With DUALSHOCK 3 and the attractive lineup of PS3 titles incorporating the rumble feature, SCEI will introduce more new ways of enjoyment that can only be found on PS3, and will further redefine the world of entertainment

Features

• Official Dual Shock 3 wireless controller
• Connects via Bluetooth (wireless) or USB (wired)
• Lithium Ion rechargeable battery pack built-in
• Play & Charge technology: Recharge battery pack when connecting via USB

Technical Specification

Manufacturer:Sony

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Details

Duration: 12 months

Type: Return to base

DOA Period: 28 days

RTB Period: 1 months

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Manufacturer: SCAN

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