Wireless Gamepad P3 - T3 copy
The P3 wireless gamepad is a copy of the T3 gamepad. So a story like from Lenovo. We are counterfeiting a Chinese product. The original T3 is heavily styled to resemble a PlayStation pad, and the P3 copies the T3 with fine details.
The product arrived without a box, only wrapped in protective foil in a regular envelope. Without instructions, which made writing this review much longer, because you have to think hard to understand how the pad works, and I still haven't quite figured it out.
The specification looks like this:
Wireless Controller Utilizes Bluetooth Technology for Wireless Game Play
Unique style, Double Shock & 6-AXIS function & supports force feedback games.
The wireless controller is there, but nowhere detected. Oneplus One, Galaxy S4, S3 and computer. He sees nothing is raining. Maybe you have to start it somehow, with some combination of buttons, but I don't know how. It only works without problems on the cable, but even there you have to configure the buttons because by default they are somehow hopelessly set.
The pad is started by pressing the P3 button, and the modes are changed by combining this button with another, but I do not know how. When it was connected to the cable, the buttons did not fully work, I pressed P3 + SELECT and it turned on properly.
During the game (tests in the video below, at the end), having already set the buttons, unfortunately I did not experience any vibrations. Perhaps this is another function that needs to be turned on with a combination of buttons, but still they were not automatically.
Besides, the pad works without a problem. On the connection with the cable, the drivers download and upload themselves, then the P3 button blinks all the time. In my opinion, when the pad is connected, the light should be constantly on.
It is also good and comfortable in the hand. The buttons can be reached easily. I assume that it is the same construction as the PS3 pad.
The set does not include a mini USB cable and instructions. Unfortunately.