Penguin United Eagle Eye Mouse and Keyboard Converter for Xbox 360
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- Converts any standard wired USB HID Keyboard and Mouse into a Xbox 360 Controller
- Fluid translation of the Xbox 360's right analog stick to mouse movement for improved accuracy and precision in FPS games
- New version 3.0, 5 point deadzone calibration, X/Y Sensitivity Calibration Assist Engine, 2-Tier Calibration, Angle Correct, and Turn Speed Limit
- Turbo option for A,B,X,Y,LB,RB,TX,LT buttons
- Maps out all Xbox360 buttons and left analog stick via our Eagle Edit software to customize your controls. Right analog stick defaults to mouse movement
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Slight jaggy vertical aiming no scoped without tuning out of the box but this wasn't an issue just something to be noted. I also noticed this on the ps3 version and on the xim3 it very well may be my mousepad... Anyway hope this helps people out.
Keyboard and choice of gamer mouse
Nice alternative to gamepad
None that I found
Mousepad used Rocketfish control side.
I will update this review if anything changes but as of right now I found no bugs and I torture tested this product on MW3 stay sharp.
Must have a wired xbox360 controller (a wireless one with a play and charge adapter wont work)
Not all devices will work. Most will, but only a few are "officially" approved by the company. (I have a wow cataclysm mouse from steel series that works great)
******Deal breaker for me****** Does not support headsets. (which is why I give it a 3 outta 5) The only way to chat with this device is to use a wireless headset that syncs with the xbox and does not require a controller. If you have a normal headset and feel like upgrading, i believe you can pick one up for $30, which isn't too bad. Unless, like me, you have a high end 5.1 surround sound headset that you never play without. This wasn't something i came across when reading reviews (and i did read a few) so here is your heads up.
If this supported headsets i would keep it. As it is, I am returning it and will be spending an extra $20 on the xim edge
Got everything microsoft hooked up, keyboard worked but no movement on the microsoft mouse. Changed to a Logitech mouse which moved aiming slightly. Adjusted sensitivity to maximum on the eagle converter and and at "insane" in the game and still mouse barely moves the crosshairs. Microsoft mouse 3000 doesn't move it at all.
Wrote seller again. Been 3 days since the last communique. If this keeps up the warrantee will have expired if I decide to return it. As an aside, the first answer came back saying I wrote the day before and two days after I actually wrote.
I've tried 6 mice on the Eagle Eye that I had around the house plus the one I bought for this specifically. All logitech or microsoft brand mice. So far, none of them work fast enough to play the game (COD BO II). Be sure to check out recommended mice by users on the eagle eye forum website, and save time by making sure you have a mouse that works. Looks like I may have to buy another mouse. So far, purchases in addition to the Eagle Eye converter have almost doubled it's price. Not to mention the frustration with trying to get this unit to work.
All because I can't get used to using a controller. I mainly wanted to switch to xbox gaming because feedback from gamers indicate xbox has a much better handle on cheaters than Steam.
Although the specification clearly said that it wouldn't work with a wireless keyboard, I decided to try one anyways. It's working 100% with no problems for me.
I am using it with the keyboard from the "Microsoft Wireless Desktop 800" for the Mouse I am using a Razer Deathadder. I will definitely update this post If I start getting any issues with this wireless keyboard, for now I'm thrilled it's working even though it shouldn't.
I downloaded one of the available profiles for Modern Warfare 3 from the company website, and after playing with it for a few minutes I was planning on returning it. The movement seemed erratic and jumpy.
Then I decided I would give the calibration a try before returning it. calibration wasn't super easy, but it wasn't rocket science either. It took me about 30 minutes to get all the different calibrations and sensitivity settings the way I thought I they should be.
Not more than 5 minutes into an Xbox Live multi-player Free for all match and I got used to this thing and was thrilled at how well It was working.
It's a definite keeper, but it NEEDS TO BE CALIBRATED. I'm a recent PC to Xbox 360 convert and while this does not provide the exact accuracy and speed a computer keyboard and mouse does; It's much easier to get accustomed to than a gamepad controller. And for me the bottom line is that Xbox games are just funner with it, I'm looking forward to trying it out on more games.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This works great. I can't play first person shooters worth a nickel with the game controller, but with this I have a chance not to get killed over and over so easily.Published 2 months ago by Al K Seltzer
No, did not work, didn't specify it needed a 32 bit computer (who uses one of those anymore?) and didn't work even when I got a 32 bit. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
It works on the 360 perfectly! You can adjust a bit of the speed but it isn't perfect. It does get the job done!Published 10 months ago by FA1212ELL
I had no trouble using a Dell wired keyboard and mouse with this product. I am using it to play Halo 3. No issues so far. Much better than using a Xbox 360 controller.Published 20 months ago by AL2520
works perfectly and is awesome product ffor those like myself that cant stand using a console controller to play shooters or other console video games. Read morePublished 21 months ago by GypsyDanger454
It is an handy divice but it would be bettter if the sensivity could be higher. My mouse-sensivity on pc is 14 and i can't reach the same amount on the eagle eye. Read morePublished 23 months ago by danny