Story image

Sony announces a new DUALSHOCK 4 USB wireless adaptor

24 Aug 2016

Sony has announced today a new device called the DUALSHOCK 4 USB wireless adaptor. It's for use on PCs and other compatible hardware. 

The new DUALSHOCK 4 USB wireless adaptor will be released on September 16th, 2016 and will be priced at NZD $39.95. The adaptor makes it possible for you to connect the DUALSHOCK 4 controller to a PC or Mac via bluetooth. 

The USB adaptor makes it easier for you to play PS4 games on PC or Mac via Remote Play. You can also play the games without having to deal with messy wires and cables. 

If you live outside of New Zealand and Australia, the device can be used on PC for the PlayStation Now service as well. PlayStation Now is a service that lets you stream/play many PS3 games. 


 

DJI tightens drone no-fly areas around Europe's airports
If you’re heading to Europe and taking your drones with you, you might want to stay away from Europe’s airports if you have any DJI equipment.
By 2040, landlines will probably be dead
What’s causing landlines’ slow deaths? Smartphones, calling plans, and internet calling.
As online GST looms, Kiwis aren't too fussed about it
A recent Canstar Blue online shopping consumer poll found that only 29% of 1659 respondents will be put off buying things from international websites.
Game review: Anime characters join in Jump Force
The first thing you will notice about Jump Force is the impressive roster of over 42 playable characters for you to select.
Popular Android apps track users and violate Google's policies
Google has reportedly taken action against some of the violators.
How blockchain could help stop video piracy in its tracks
An Australian video tech firm has successfully tested a blockchain trial that could end up being a welcome relief for video creators and the fight against video piracy.
Huawei to unveil P30 smartphone series in March
Huawei smartphone lovers have just over a month to wait before they meet the P20’s successor – the Huawei P30.
Need the perfect flatmate? AI can help
A Kiwi entrepreneur has developed a flatmate-finding service called Mogeo, which is an algorithm that matches people to the perfect flatmates.