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The DualShock 4 sports a new ergonomic design base on previous iterations of the DualShock, so while it does look much like the older models, it will probably feel nicer to play with. It appears to feature a more grippy surface texture, along with redesigned analogue control sticks and triggers. The biggest, most obvious addition is the addition of a Vita-style touch pad in its center, which may allow some Vita games dependent on touch to be ported to the PS4 (though its positioning suggests not, as it might get bloody uncomfortable to use for long periods). There is also a headphone jack on the back, a speaker (or is it a mic?) on the front beneath the touch pad, beside the charge cable input, and a Move-style colored sensor beneath them. A Share button has also been added, which is located up near the D-Pad, to allow players to easily record and distribute their own screenshots and videos of their games. To aid the Move-esque sensor, there is a Kinect-style stereo camera peripheral which will sit below the TV. Third pic down. Discuss?