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What to do with PS3 controller when battery dead? - What to do with PS3 controller when battery dead?
Fri, October 20 2006 | 3:32PM | PermaLink Feedback?

ATi is getting ready to cut 130 positions. nVIDIA will not allow manufacturers to overclock the G80. Well this is great AOL wants you to pay to keep your email free of spam. This is kind of dumb, the PS3 controller is now under attack and for good reasons.

According to Broadband Watch, Sony is expecting to get 30 hours of life from a single charge, but the battery cannot be replaced. This means that when the battery finally dies, or in the case of a Sony battery explodes, you will have to buy a new controller.

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