PlayStation launch new controller made for Donald Trump
PlayStation has launched a tiny new controller to fit perfectly in Donald Trump’s hands.
Of course, they didn’t actually make it just for the president (though how amazing would that have been?), but it means he can finally play Call of Duty in his down time and we’re happy for him.
The Mini Wired Gamepad is for younger gamers.
Spokesperson Anand Agarwal said: ‘This controller is 40 per cent smaller than the DualShock 4 and has a simple form factor with a flat design that makes it easy to fit into smaller hands.’
It’s just under $30, so pretty cheap, in case you were wondering.
We only bring up Trump’s hand size because he’s made such a big deal out of it in the past.
The Republican presidential nominee had casts taken back in 1997, and the length from the top of his middle finger down to his wrist measured just 7.25 inches.
For someone who is 6’2 that really isn’t that impressive.
A man who is average height normally has hands that measure around 7.44 inches long, so his should probably be a bit bigger.
Even politicians were having a jibe.
You may remember rival Marco Rubio’s comment: ‘You know what they say about men with small hands.’
Trump hit back at a GOP debate and guaranteed people there was no problem with the size of his hands (and manhood). Thanks for that, we really needed to know.
Everyone was making such a big deal out of it after he won the election and during his campaign that the guys over at The Hollywood Reporter made a print-out of his hands so you can measure yours against it.
Hours of fun. Enjoy.
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