DualShock 4 Controller

Dimensioned drawings of the DualShock 4 Controller with height, width, and depth labeled in elevation views

The DualShock 4 Controller is an eighth-generation video game controller manufactured by Sony. It has similar features to its predecessor, DualShock 3, and is meant for PlayStation 4’s controller but can also work with PlayStation 3 via Micro-USB cable. Its top of the game features three LED light bars designed by PlayStation VR used to identify players and provide enhanced feedback.

The light bar works with a PlayStation Camera judging movement and position of the players. Other features include support for motion detection, built-in two-point capacitive touchpad, and pressure-sensitive buttons, which is not available in other DualShocks and video game competitors like the Wii and One Xbox.

The DualShock 4 Controller has a height of 3.94” (100 mm), width of 6.34” (161 mm), depth of 2.24” (57 mm), and approximate weight of 7.4 oz (.21 kg).

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Height: 
3.94” | 100 mm
Width:
6.34” | 161 mm
Depth:
2.24” | 57 mm
Length:
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Weight:
7.4 oz | .21 kg
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Designer:
Sony
Released:
2013

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Drawings include:
DualShock 4 Controller front elevation, top, side

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Video game controllers, also known as gamepads, are handheld input accessories used to interact with video game consoles. Consisting of sets of buttons, game controllers typically include a directional button, right buttons, shoulder bumpers, and central assistive buttons for controlling game menus.