As the primary PlayStation controller to move away from the DualShock marking, it is not yet clear how much improvement the PS5’s DualSense will offer on the past age. Presently, YouTuber Austin Evans has played out a small scale DualSense teardown to examine exactly how much tech is packed inside the new controller.
Getting To Know What’s On The Inside Of The Controller
Evans’ video begins with a pretty exemplary unpacking and a little playtest with the controller, however the most fascinating part draws close to the furthest limit of the video where they tear the case open (with some trouble) to view the inner parts. The principal thing to note is that the controller shell is unbelievably hard to open, with Evans inevitably breaking the case during the time spent prying it open. Obviously the controller, as most current tech, isn’t intended for clients to handily have the option to repair or dabble with all alone.
Inside, Evans noticed that the controller is home to some pretty substantial thunder motors, just as a genuinely significant mechanism underneath the shoulder triggers. He likewise flaunts the 1560mA battery, noticing that it would in fact be simply the most effortless component for clients to trade themselves for a repair. Strangely, Evans additionally finds two mics inside the controller. While we’ve known for quite a while that the DualSense will be the primary PlayStation controller with an implicit mic, Evans has discovered one on the facade of the controller, and a second mic at the back, just as the speaker sitting just underneath the controller’s touchpad.
The DualSense controller is dispatching close by the PS5 on November 12, so you’ll get an opportunity to get hands on with one of them yourself very soon. The controllers will retail for $70 all alone, with pre-orders accessible at this point.