The Hori Wired Mini Gamepad, as it's called, is designed specifically for children and adults with smaller hands.
We touched on Hori's upcoming Mini Wired Gamepad for PlayStation 4 and a number of you fine folks expressed interest in the device for either yourself or your little loved ones. This controller is 40-percent smaller than the DualShock 4 and has a simple form factor with a flat design that makes it easy to fit into smaller hands. It also ships in a very nice shade of PlayStation blue. Sadly, it's not wireless and can only be used when connected directly to the console through its USB cable.
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Across the board, it's basically the same as the DualShock 4 when it comes to buttons and other inputs. The mini controller doesn't have a light bar, a touchpad, stereo headset jack, speaker, motion sensing or vibration, so if you're looking for any of those features, you're right outta luck. Actually, Sony says the trackpad can be "simulated" with a special mode using the right and left sticks - how well that works in practice remains to be seen.
The Mini Wired Gamepad is ideal for children to avoid aches and strains during long gaming sessions, and the same goes for adults with small hands.
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As a result the Wired Mini Gamepad is a steal at just $30, which is about £23, although United Kingdom pricing and release date have not been announced yet.
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