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100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (2 out of 2)
Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)
Pros: * It just works. Linux, Windows, it doesn't matter.
* The d-pad is 4 separate buttons. This can help in many cases.
* The buttons feel very very nice. I have a couple official PS1 and PS2 pads that don't have buttons that feel nearly this nice.
* It has a nice matte black on it.
* The buttons are color coded to the same key on a PS1 controller.
* It's very light.
Cons: * The d-pad is 4 separate buttons. Like, completely separate, unlike a real PS1 pad. This can cause issues in most cases. I know I listed this under pros, but it can be a con for some people.
* The build quality feels rather cheap. The plastic's edges show visible defects of manufacture. But, you have to look closely at where the controller halves are joined to see them, so it mightn't matter.
Also, the Start and Select buttons feel like they will come right out.
* As far as I know, this controller has no vibration. I don't care about it too much, but some people might.
Other: It's cheap, it's got enough buttons to play PS1 games on your computer, and it works on just about everything. Go get one.