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This review is from: INSTEN PS2 to PS3 Playstation Controller Adapter USB Converter
Pros: Easy to use and it works
Cons: It does not smell delicious
Other Thoughts: I was able to use my Sony brand PS2 controller on a PS3 slim. It works.
PS2 controllers will not have the "PS" menu button on them so you still need a PS3 controller connected to access the menu.
This review is from: Hydra Performance® PS3 Wired Controller for Playstation3 Blue Game Pad
Pros: Very low price, solid feel, accurate button response, vibration works fine, different colors available.
Cons: No controller motion sensing. (called AXXISS?)
Some games require this but few aftermarket controllers mention that they do or do not have this feature.
Other Thoughts: Only owned it a couple days but have put many hours of playtime in with it. Yes the feel is not the same as an original PS3 controller but it is still ok. Thumbsticks work fine and all buttons respond with every press. It is a good controller, probably equal to those costing two times as much. Right now this is by far the least expensive controller on the market but I got more than I expected at this price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RCW-703 - 14-Foot Cat 6 Network Cable - Yellow
Pros: Thick insulation, full gigabit speed, quality construction
Cons: Hard to remove.
The yellow material is stiff which makes these cables tough and sturdy. The bad part is I have trouble pressing the release tab down when trying to unplug them. I work with many network cables professionally and these yellow ones at home are such a pain.
Other Thoughts: I don't really need those protectors over the release tab to keep the cables from snagging. (as though I have to pull them through a bundle of wires)
I just took a good blade and trimmed them off. now I can press right on the tab and unplug the cables with ease. yay!