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Pro EX Controller for PS3

by BD&A
Platform : PlayStation 3
4 out of 5 stars 379 customer reviews

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  • Pro Series ergonomic controller with attached 10-ft/3-m cord for extended reach.
  • Reverse analog sticks for precision game control; custom designed R2 and L2 buttons for improved comfort and gameplay.
  • Dual rumble motors for an enhanced gaming experience.
  • Glowing action buttons can be switched off.
  • Custom textured grips and full body soft-touch surface.
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Product Description

The Pro Elite Wireless Controller gives PS3 gamers the controller performance they’ve been looking for! Part of the POWER A Pro Series and designed to give gamers an edge, the Pro Elite is the first PS3 controller with reverse analog sticks, which makes it more ergonomic. It has all the features gamers demand, like motion sensing technology that works with SIXAXIS compatible games, dual rumble motors for a more immersive gaming experience, and LED illuminated action buttons. The Pro Elite Wireless Controller also has a custom dual-purpose USB Controller Adaptor/Receiver that allows you to play and charge at the same time while keeping your USB ports open for use! Also includes a built-in rechargeable battery, custom textured grips and full body soft-touch surface, and custom designed concave L2 and R2 buttons for improved comfort and gameplay. Includes: 1 Pro Elite Wireless Controller, 1 USB Controller Adaptor/Receiver, and a 6ft/1.8m USB Charging Cable (Mini-B). Developed by POWER A.

From the Manufacturer

Offering premier gaming performance at an affordable price, the POWER A Pro EX is a PS3 controller that will appeal to even the most hardcore gamers. This wired controller has a unique control layout and ergonomic design that will keep you comfortable for hours of gaming. The Pro EX Controller's responsive buttons and precise analog sticks will give you a competitive edge, and its dual rumble motors will give you a truly immersive gaming experience.

POWER A Pro EX for PS3
At a Glance:
  • PS3 controller (wired) with unique control layout
  • Intuitive, responsive controls
  • Asymmetrically placed analog sticks prevent cramping
  • Dual-rumble motors for immersive gaming
  • Contoured shape with ergonomic grips

The unique control layout gives PS3 gamers a competitive edge. View larger.
Intuitive, Inspired Control Layout
In designing the Pro EX Controller, POWER A has taken what's best about other controllers--like the Xbox 360 controller--and recombined these features to give a competitive edge to PS3 users. The Pro EX Controller positions its analog sticks asymmetrically, with left analog stick up and the right analog stick down. This design helps prevent cramping during extended gaming sessions and is especially ideal for first-person shooters. The R2 buttons have also been repositioned for greater accessibility while gaming. Additionally, all of the buttons are backlit, so you'll still be able to game in the dark.

Ergonomic, Natural Design
Ergonomically designed, the Pro EX Controller provides optimal comfort for all hand sizes. Its textured rubber grips are soft and breathable, so your gaming won't be ruined by sweaty palms. The palm handles have been expanded to provide a more generous area for gripping the controller. And with its gently contoured edges, the Pro EX Controller helps alleviate pressure on your hands to ensure comfort.

Rumble Feedback for Immersive Gameplay
Fully supporting rumble feedback, the Pro EX Controller uses two vibrating motors on either side of the controller to create a rumbling sensation at certain moments during the game. This makes your gaming experience even more immersive, as you're able to feel every gunshot and explosion in visceral detail.

The Pro EX Controller is backed by a two-year warranty. Visit POWER A's website for details.

POWER A is dedicated to creating high-quality, innovative products that allow consumers to engage with their entertainment on a whole new level. Based in Seattle, the company holds partnerships with some of the most popular consumer electronics and video game companies in the world, including Nintendo, Sony, Microsoft, and Apple. POWER A specializes in video game controllers, kits, chargers, accessories, and more, and the company is committed to preserving the highest standards of safety and energy efficiency across all of its product lines.

What's in the Box
Pro EX controller

Product Details

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  • ASIN: B003VWXV50
  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 3.2 x 6.2 inches ; 3 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 31, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (379 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,869 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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I was curious about this controller so I bought me one. Not that I have a problem with the Sony DS3 controller but wanted to check out what the whole fuzz about the XBOX360 buttons layout has a better feel. First thing you will notice it is huge making the thumbsticks feel tall. So the thumbstick throw from one end to the other (left to right/down to up etc.) feels long and slow. Not a bad thing just a different feel to it. The D-pad/X/O/TRIANGLE/SQUARE/L1/R1 has a tiny stiff feel to it but perform well with games where you are required to press a buttons repeatedly. L2 & R2 trigger design are comfortable with the pressure sensitive feeling somewhat twitchy. In other words not as smooth as the DS3. For example, In a racing game like GT5 it is a lot harder to maintain the accelerator at low rpms. To find out if this is a problem or not I loaded up GT5 (L2 braking/R2 acceleration). After setting lap times and switching controllers between dS3 & Power A, turns out both controllers set similar times. Just a different feel to it. The L3/R3 buttons do need to be push a little harder than the DS3. I did not find any deadzones in this controller as some say there is. The controller housing has a smooth grip feel to it. Games I tested with are GT5, GTA IV, GOW3, RDR, Dead Space 2, RE5, Skyrim, TR:Underworld, inFamous, Birds of Steel(works great with this game) and many more. All perform well but with one slight problem with the left thumbstick. It seems like it is registering as if the thumbstick is pressing to the right while the thumbstick is in neutral position. Only seen this happen in Uncharted 1 & 2. When the player character is hanging from a ledge. This does not really affect gameplay but it is there. I posted a video to show what I mean. All other games I tested does not have this problem. Will this controller replace my DS3? No, but I have not being able to put it down either. In conclusion it is a great controller with room for improvement. 4 out of 5 stars.
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This controller has completely transformed the way I play the PS3. The standard controllers are pretty lame since they're holdovers from the 1995 Playstation 1 !!!
The Pro Ex makes games where response time and precision a lot more fun to play. They feel a lot like 360 controllers and as a result I jump on the PS3 a lot more often for games that I have on both platforms. My kill ratio in MW3 has gone up considerably, I can now get a ratio of close to 2:1 on a regular basis. I used to get more like 1.1:1.
I am now a total believer in this controller.
I'm going to buy a couple of spares right now.
PS3 is now my go to platform. Now if Sony could only publish more 1080p games...
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Been using this controller for about a week now and so far its been functioning well, Its light even with the rumble but not too light like the sixaxis. The feel of the controller is smooth like matte or suede. The grips are a nice touch and help if you get sweaty palms and in those cases where that leads to dropping your controller; with the grips this most likely will never happen. I've been mostly playing FPS games with this controller and its been excellent it feels like your playing on xbox 360, the whole controller is mapped like the 360 controller down to the shoulder buttons which look and feel like the xbox controller.
The controller is good for fps games mostly as I tried playing fighting games (MKvsDC,SSF4 etc and it did'nt fair to good thanks to the d pad which is better then 360s but not by a lot.

The only small problem I have with this controller is that you can't turn on your ps3 with it by pressing the home button on the controller instead you'll have to manually do it. Which is not huge negative, you can just turn on your ps3 while your plugging in your controller. But that added convenience would of been nice but its a 3rd party controller so I understand some features would be missing like motion controls; which I didn't care one bit because the ps3's motion controls is a joke and most people forget that it even has that function

There is a wireless version but it costs a little more. All in all I'd recommend this to any ps3 owner whose looking for a great alternate ps3 controller, its the best one out in the market from my use with it.
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If you're looking to play PS3 games with an Xbox 360 controller, this isn't bad... but... it could be better.

Firstly, the controller works. Just fine, no problems. Can't speak for it's lifespan, but there you go. The Home Button features 4 lights which like the Xbox 360 indicates which of the 4 player positions your controller occupies. It's a nice improvement over the PS3's original design.

The whole controller has a strangely textured surface which actually feels pretty nice. The handles however offer what can only be decribed as a "grip" texture, but due to the material, it's simply too slippery to make a difference, and if anything it'll just be a weird rough surface on your palms as you play. The control stick caps are obviously made of a cheap rubber, so if anything goes first, I'm betting on those.

The controller is both an improvement over the PS3 and a step back. I'll try to weigh the pros and cons.

Firstly, all of the buttons click. The face buttons, the start and select, the shoulder buttons, the d-pad, and even the sticks click into place just as you'd want. Gone are the terrible L2 and R2 which sloped away from your fingers and required too much of a push. The L2 and R2 this time around are recessed just like triggers and while they have less of a push than the PS3, they also have less of a push than the Xbox 360, just barely missing than ever so slight sweet spot.

The control sticks are both recessed as well with a small circle of bumps to help keep your grip. Ignoring material quality, this is a definite step up from PS3. The d-pad is better as well, being one solid, slightly recessed, and textured, tiltable button.
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