Sony is Working on Wi-Fi Transceiver Controllers

Sony has filed another patent, which gives us a glimpse of what they are planning on developing in the future. Or keep it in their pockets, we do not know.

The patent was filed on February 4th, 2021, and it states that Sony is already working on implementing Wi-Fi Transceivers to PS controllers. This means that player input will go through Bluetooth and Wi-Fi transceivers, whichever is quicker. The current models of controllers do not have this yet, so we guess that this will be implemented in a new design.

This is pointless since many of you know that blue-tooth is a direct connection, while Wi-Fi signals go through routers, which makes it slower than blue-tooth. This “technology” will work only if the user is using Wi-Fi Direct.

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