|Penguin United Eagle Eye Converter 2.0|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Input Devices|
|Written by Austin Downing - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Tuesday, 21 December 2010|
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Penguin United Eagle Eye Keyboard & Mouse Converter
Converts USB mouse and keyboard into a Sony Playstation 3 controller.
For many years, there has been an ongoing fight between PC and Console gamers. One of the primary complaints of PC gamers has always been that fact the consoles have "inferior" controls lacking the precision of a keyboard and mouse. Penguin United's answer to this problem is the Eagle Eye Converter, which allows user to map their mouse and keyboard to a PS3 controller effectively allowing users to use a mouse and keyboard with any game in the PS3's library. In this review, Benchmark Reviews will see if the Eagle Eye Converter can quell the control complaints of hardcore PC gamers and help bring two separate communities together again.
Penguin United has listened to its users fixing many of the problems that users had with the original firmware with the Eagle Eye Converter 2.0 Firmware Update. Along with the new firmware, Penguin United has made updates to the software used to program the Eagle Eye with the Eagle Edit 2.0 software. These updates bring about the ability to change your deadzone and sensitivity on the fly allowing for a much more PC like experience.
In order to test the Eagle Eye Converter Benchmark Reviews will look at games that were previously played and beaten with traditional controller and compare that experience with what it is like to play using a mouse and keyboard through the Eagle Eye Converter. Through this process, Benchmark Reviews will be able to compare the new experience to old and to actually playing games on PC. Therefore, without further ado Benchmark Reviews presents the Eagle Eye Converter with the 2.0 Firmware.
Manufacturer: Penguin United
Full Disclosure: The product sample used in this article has been provided by Penguin United.
Eagle Eye Converter Features