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You can't play on PC through the charger, you have to buy an adapter.

If your computer has bluetooth you should be able to use it wirelessly as well.
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If your computer has bluetooth you should be able to use it wirelessly as well.

As far as I know the wireless 360 controller uses radio frequency not bluetooth (unlike the PS3 controller), so you will need the wireless adapter.
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As far as I know the wireless 360 controller uses radio frequency not bluetooth (unlike the PS3 controller), so you will need the wireless adapter.

Bluetooth is a radio frequency.
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As far as I know the wireless 360 controller uses radio frequency not bluetooth (unlike the PS3 controller), so you will need the wireless adapter.
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Bluetooth is a radio frequency.
Bluetooth is a communications standard, using the 2.4GHz band frequency, just like most wireless landline phones and wireless APs (and xbox 360 controllers). So, same frequency range, different protocol.
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It's a communications standard, using the 2.4GHz band frequency, just like most wireless landline phones and wireless APs (and xbox 360 controllers). So, same frequency range, different protocol.

Exactly tongue.gif Bluetooth operates at 2400–2480 MHz.
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If your computer has bluetooth you should be able to use it wirelessly as well.
I'm pretty sure you still need the wireless adapter Microsoft made...

http://www.instructables.com/answers/how-can-i-use-my-wireless-Xbox-360-controller-on-t/
http://www.xboxcool.com/xbox-game-accessories/how-to-use-wireless-xbox-360-controller-on-pc-without-the-receiver.html
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If your computer has bluetooth you should be able to use it wirelessly as well.

ps3 and wii controllers uses bluetooth, xbox uses different.
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From what I understand the PS2 has literally 5 different types or processors in it, all of which are almost always working in parallel.

You can refer to this thread here for more info if you're interested: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Why-is-PCSX2-slow

I'm not sure why they can't simply emulate the code to work on 5 different CPU cores, but that's the general problem.

Each "ps2 processor" has to be emulated individually, all of the data translated to a language PC CPUs can understand, then executed. This all has to be done in the same amount of time the 5 separate processors in the PS2 are able to do it, while all working in parallel.
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From what I understand the PS2 has literally 5 different types or processors in it, all of which are almost always working in parallel.
You can refer to this thread here for more info if you're interested: http://forums.pcsx2.net/Thread-Why-is-PCSX2-slow
I'm not sure why they can't simply emulate the code to work on 5 different CPU cores, but that's the general problem.
Each "ps2 processor" has to be emulated individually, all of the data translated to a language PC CPUs can understand, then executed. This all has to be done in the same amount of time the 5 separate processors in the PS2 are able to do it, while all working in parallel.

Because then it wouldn't work on any other processor that didn't have 5 or more cores, plus that would be INCREDIBLY hard to do. They wouldn't be able to get the timing right, which is what matters 100% regarding PS2 hardware. It's the stop/start/stop/start way it's done that slows it down, but nowadays it's pretty slick.
    
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its not that the ps3 is more powerfull but when it comes to emulators the computer has to be exponentially higher than the base system.
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