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- This adaptor enables the dualshock 4 Controller to wirelessly connect to your PC or Mac
- By connecting the Product to the USB port of a Windows PC or Mac, you can connect the dualshock 4 wirelessly via Bluetooth
- Utilize every feature of dualshock 4, including Buttons, analog sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion Sensors, vibration and stereo headset jack, as long as the Application supports these features
- With the remote play app on your PC/Mac you can stream your favorite PS4 games to your computer
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Wireless play for PC and Mac. This adaptor enables the dualshock 4 Controller to wirelessly connect to your PC or Mac. You can use your Controller to play games streamed to your computer through applications such as: PS4 remote play for Windows and Mac OS & PlayStation now for Windows. By connecting the product to the USB port of a Windows PC or Mac, you can connect the dualshock 4 wirelessly via Bluetooth. You can utilize every feature of dualshock 4, including buttons, analog sticks, touch pad, light bar, motion sensors, vibration and stereo headset jack, as long as the application supports these features.
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I haven't had a single disconnect with the Sony adapter, and fine control of the analog sticks is so much better than the other options. Do controller calibration in Windows, and do the same in Steam Big Picture mode (when you're playing Steam games), and you'll be surprised how much better it works.
The first page of the huge multi-language manual has the only bit of information you'll need for setup, that there is no visible pairing button on the adapter, you push the whole thing in for about 4s to put it in paring mode. Then, hold the Share button on the controller until it flashes quickly, and that's it.
The only feature it's lacking is the ability to check battery charge level. There's no warning when you're running low, so just make sure you keep your controller charged.
Just follow the instructions to sync your controller then open DS4 windows. If you don't see the controller on DS4, go to the control panel and enable the "HID game controller."
The one thing to keep in mind however is that it does seem really fragile so plug it in the back and be somewhat gentle with it.
Then this bad boy came along and blew them all out of the water. Just pop it in a USB slot, press the entire stick to get syncing and you have a perfect link for your controller. Yeah, it's pricey, but I've spend twice this trying to get it working half this well.
I have 1 gripe. when it is plugged in, it swapped EVERY sound and mic device to the adapter and I have to switch it back every time I plug it back in. I would leave it in, but it keeps my computer from falling asleep. But that is the only thing.
With this receiver, I was connected to my DS4 in seconds. The connection has been 100% reliable ever since (200+ hours of playtime, at least). Best of all, it functions with Windows 10's new DualShock integration features, so Windows recognizes it as a DualShock 4 and not as a generic game controller. This means most games display the correct button configurations in menus and cutscenes (i.e. No more "Press B to dodge"; it's "Press O to dodge").
The adapter is small and discreet; easy enough to be kept in whatever on-the-go case you carry your DS4 in.
I have seen no noticeable input lag, but take that with a grain of salt because the only games I play at the competitive level are played with keyboard and mouse. For anything short of competitive gaming, I can confidently recommend this product.