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When the PlayStation 2 computer entertainment system was announced, the DualShock 2 Analog Controller (SCPH-10010) included with it was exactly the same externally as the previous Dual Shock analog controller, except that it was black (different colors came later), had different screw positioning (one fewer), and the DualShock 2 logo was added.
Another way to tell the DualShock and the DualShock 2 controllers apart is that the connector that plugs into the console matches that console's memory card shape; the DualShock’s connector has rounded shoulders and DualShock 2's is squared off.
The analog sticks were also noticeably stiffer for more accurate movements. Internally, the Dual Shock 2 was lighter and all of the buttons (except for the Select, Start, Analog mode, L3 and R3 buttons) were readable as analog values (pressure sensitive). The DualShock 2 has been made available in various different colors such as: black, satin silver, transparent grey, blue, green, and red.