I don't have as much to say about Power A's Mini Pro line as I did about their hand cooling Air Flo line, but I did want to let you know that they're ideal for small-handed people.
The stand PS3 controller is fine for me, but I find that the Xbox 360 controller is too large for me to be fully comfortable with. This little Mini Pro one? Just right. I played several games: Catherine, Forza 4, Batman: Arkham City and more, and all were free of issue. These are nice little controllers.
Both the Xbox 360 and PS3 models come with a all the full-size features you need, but in a compact design. That means dual rumble motors and even backlight buttons. The Xbox 360 model has the headset port, and the PS3 one is wireless, and features reverse analog sticks for an Xbox 360-like layout.
The PS3 model is priced at $39.99 and the Xbox 360 is a bit cheaper at $29.99. Both will be available this fall.
[Reviewer's Note: Corgi was pissed that I woke him up for these pictures.]
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