Il DualSense Edge is now finally availableand those who have already got their hands on the premium controller made by Sony are already putting the differences with the standard PlayStation 5 DualSense under the magnifying glass.
Through the statements of the Japanese house we already knew that the DualSense Edge would have a moderately less performing battery compared to that of the standard pad. A teardown by electronics company Budd’s Controllers confirms that the premium controller’s battery is literally smaller and has lower capacity than normal DualSense.
Il DualSense Edge includes a battery of 1050 mAhcompared to that from 1.560 mAh del DualSense originale, which itself represented an increase over the PS4 DualShock 4’s 1,000mAh. mAh (milliampere-hours) indicate the charge of energy a battery will hold and how long a device will operate before it needs recharging.
It’s worth noting that the downside of having a smaller battery can be mitigated by lower or more efficient power consumption, but as Sony noted in its own statement, the Edge sacrifices the length of its wireless operation to make room to better performance e feature inedite such as the back buttons, adjustable triggers and replaceable analog sticks, within a form factor similar to the original.
Sony has packed a series of videos to better configure the DualSense Edge controller.