Allows you to play more quickly and precisely with your mouse and keyboard on the PS3, PS4, XBOX 360 and XBOX ONE.
Easy and simple plug-and-play thanks to optimized default setting
Supports the headphones to output the background music and online chat on PS4
Supports the vibration function. A sole customized wrist strap makes you feel the real vibration.
Two options for the Key Programming: by Converter or by PC. You can easily change the key configuration by your PC computer or by our converter directly.
Provides great reactivity when playing ego shooter games
9 different speed levels selectable for the mouse
9 selectable sensitivity adjustments for optimum precise setting dependent on the mouse and game
All buttons of the PS3, PS4, XBOX 360 and XBOX ONE controller can be assigned as desired on the mouse and keyboard
Up to 11 different button assignment profiles can be stored at the same time
Thanks to the 11 freely programmable profiles, even games with different control can be played identically
Adjustable turbo and auto fire function for quick,automatically repeated activation of a key
Many other optional settings possible(e.g.reversing the Y-axis of the mouse)
Support the data update.
Max Shooter ONE Converter
Size: approx. 9.5 x 7.5 x 1.2 cm (exclude cable)
Weight: approx. 0.14 kg
Cable length: approx. 2 m
Vibration Wrist Strap
Weight: approx. 0.03 kg
Cable length: approx. 95 cm
IMPORTANT:Please check with the compatibility list of the mouse and keyboard at Mayflash official web site before you place the order
1 x Max Shooter ONE Mouse/Keyboard Converter
1 x Vibration Wrist Strap
1 x Manual
Mayflash Max Shooter ONE Mouse Keyboard Converter for PS3 PS4 Xbox 360 Xbox One S Elite
- Allows you to play more quickly and precisely with your mouse and keyboard on the PS3, PS4, XBOX 360 and XBOX ONE
- Easy and simple plug and play thanks to optimized default setting
- Supports the headphones to output the background music and online chat on PS4
- Supports the vibration function. A sole customized wrist strap makes you feel the real vibration.
- Compatible with compatible with Xbox One S controller and game system and Xbox One Elite controller now!! [require firmware update]
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To setup the sensitivity:
in game, turn to 100%
Using the software from their website, change the mayflash sensivity to 9.
The ONLY thing you should adjust, is you dpi on your mouse. I have a logitech g402 and it works perfectly and a kogan keyboard.
around 800 dpi is the sweetspot. i can flick and there is no delay using this device.
Would recommend to anyone that wants to play k&m. It cant justify why u would buy an xim 4 when this device is this good.
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-After configuring, it works as advertised
-PC configuration tool allows full key rebinding (including backward/forward buttons on mouse) and adjustment of sensitivity and dead zone values.
-Came with up to date firmware installed (much advice in the reviews below stated that updating firmware was essential, but I didn't need to do this. I'd still check though.)
-Provides situational advantages in PvP (for me personally) and mitigates some common issues associated with controllers in FPS games.
-NOT user friendly - configuring is a pain.
-Quirks that can be worked around, see long form review below (jittery aiming, not working after starting up console)
-Does not perfectly replicate a PC gaming experience (though was an improvement over controller for me once properly configured)
I will begin the long form review by explaining what this product can and cannot do for you. Note that can-do is not the same as will-do, this does depend on the user. What it can do for you based on my experience is:
1. Allow greater precision, good for sniping or using precision weapons (my performance with sniper rifles and scout rifles improved). I found it easier to bounce my cross-hairs between heads and nail head-shots, particularly in close range in PvE. It seemed like I could 'feel' the aim assist better than I could with my controller.
2. Make leading moving targets -much- easier, especially when using the game's aim assist to your advantage.
3. Allow for somewhat greater turning precision and reaction times - things felt less 'clumsy' to me, and for semi-automatic weapons, it took a lot less physical effort to maintain the weapon's maximum rate of fire while keeping my aim steady and focusing on movement.
4. Easier recoil compensation with practice.
What it cannot do for you is:
1. Allow 'twitch' aiming and increase turning speed. At least in destiny, your turning speed does not increase when you up the sensitivity. The game still feels very much like you're using a controller, and playing like you're still using a controller is best. That means you still should be pre aiming, using movement keys to adjust your aim rather than relying on the mouse as you might on PC, and use aim assist to your advantage. You still want to make broader sweeping motions with the mouse and time your aiming to stop when the aim assist kicks in during hectic CQC situations, rather than relying on the slight increase in precision you gain, which becomes more helpful in adjusting your aim after the aim assist catches your cross hairs.
2. Instantly grant you an unfair advantage or make you a better player. I say this though with the following caveat - I'm not that good in crucible - while this product has given me situational advantages in crucible (particularly leading moving targets and targets who are flying in the air and going on shotgun sprees), it has not outright made me a better player in PvP. Skill with the game is still a must - and a better player may be able to make even better use of the product than I. I will also say that my PvE game improved considerably more than my PvP game, particularly when it came to precision kills and footwork (running, dodging, jumping and turning, etc...).
My overall experience with this product was positive, but there were some negatives and quirks that I've had to develop work-arounds for. Firstly, configuration. This is a pain - I don't believe there is any way to map keys without the use of a PC. To do this, you will need to download configuration software. This software has crashed once while trying to save my configuration (has never happened again) and I've had to start over as a result. To configure the device, you will have to unplug the keyboard, mouse, and controller from the device before putting it into your PC's USB port or the software won't detect it. This has made it a hassle to configure the device.
The second issue is that often (99/100 times I would estimate) when I first start up the console, the mouse and keyboard do not respond and will not respond until the console is restarted. So every time that I want to use the keyboard and mouse, I have to start up the console and immediately restart it again. It's a pain, but solves the issue every time for me and I'm willing to live with it if I must. I've found no solution to this so far, but the work around works just fine.
The third issue is jittery aiming, especially noticeable while aiming down sights. Once Destiny's aim assist kicks in, this was less of an issue but it made long distance hard-scope sniping harder than with the controller BEFORE CONFIGURATION. HOWEVER I was able to mitigate this to my satisfaction by increasing the dead zone to 7 and keeping my sensitivity in the configuration software around 8. My in game sensitivity is at 10, and my mouse DPI (which had to be configured on my PC) is at 400 - I would not recommend high DPI for Destiny due to how restricted looking/turning speed is, though I hear for other games higher DPI may be better. With my current settings, I can hardscope just as well if not better than on the controller, but it did not start out that way.
This brings up another important issue - some things you will encounter are not the device's fault. Originally I used a very basic Microsoft mouse to test the product and was very dissatisfied with the performance. I switched to my broken Corsair M90 (scroll wheel broken) and instantly noticed an improvement in aiming precision without even configuring the device. Your mileage with the product will most certainly be affected by your other hardware, its configuration, and the surface its resting on just as it would be on PC. Some reviewers below who had poorer experiences may not have taken this into account, though I cannot say. In game sensitivity settings and the form of input acceleration the game uses as well as its aim assistance will also factor into your experience.
Other things to expect when starting out include a learning curve. Some people in other reviews complained that they were less effective with Keyboard and Mouse than they were on controller. To start out, I can almost assure you that you will be - you are adjusting to what is ultimately a different control scheme and different input method. There is a learning curve and until you grow accustomed to it, effect to start out being -less- effective. Especially if you're a PC gamer such as myself and attempt to approach an FPS as you would a PC FPS. It simply doesn't work that way. But for some, getting past that curve might see them growing more effective than they ever were and could be with a controller. That was the case for me. And do not forget the things you've learned about playing console shooters with a controller - you will have to adhere to the same play style involving pre-aiming and anticipating the moves of your opponents rather than relying on twitch reactions, using movement keys to adjust aim, etc.
Overall, I'm satisfied with the product and is a good product for entry into the world of keyboard/mouse emulation on console. I suspect that the experience with a unit like the XIM 4 might be better (though many of the same problems I've had including jittery aiming have been reported by XIM users as well), but it is also three times the price and represents a more enthusiast level product (more user friendly, slightly better input translation perhaps, etc...). At least from what I've read. But this product has served my needs well.
4/5 stars for providing a good experience at the cost of quirkiness and issues that can be worked around but are still a bit of a chore to deal with.
other keyboard to type messages. I also use a USB mic, because the mic I used to plug into my controller is recognized as a headset only, so the ability to type messages or use a mic I must interchange unless I had a good working USB hub. But that's my particular situation with an 11$ headset. It also comes with a pop up cardboard key guide in case you just don't want to use the stickers at all. The user manual could do a little more getting to the point sometimes, like I had to read three of it's tiny pages before I figured out what buttons to press to program custom keys. Turns to ALT+F2 or higher, F1 can't be reprogrammed. When you hold ESC, press the button to reprogram, then the new button you want to use you're good. I was able to program L1 and R1 onto my mouse's thumb buttons.
It has the option to change the aiming speed very easily, as well as the movement deadzone, which is good if you just have shaky hands.