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Jul 2012

How to: Samsung Galaxy Note Gets a Playstation 3 Update [Vid]By Staff


Samsung Galaxy Note Playstation 2 Controller

It’s not an official update but someone in UK has decided to put together a wireless Playstation 3 controller with Samsung’s Galaxy Note to create the Samsung Galaxation Nota seen above.  All you need is a Sony Playstation SIXAXIS controller, a Samsung Galaxy Note and some tools to hold them together.  Check out the video below.

As you can see, one owner of this Galaxy Note has decided to do just that. Rather wittily he has made a special holder for the Note, which is attached to the back of the PS3 controller. Judging by the photos the DIY solution seems to be working perfectly and easily supports the weight and size of the Note. [GSMArena Blog]


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