We loved this review from Slot1Gamer! He explains really well how the best-selling Phantom-S Gamepad Emulator can be used.
The ATEN PHANTOM-S is specially designed to help out the gamer in FPS games on game consoles. You can ditch your conventional gamepad to enjoy smooth gaming console control.
The unique conversion technology of the PHANTOM-S allows you to play PS4, PS3, Xbox 360, and Xbox One games with a wireless or wired keyboard and mouse. Both are fully customizable and provide more convenient and smooth gameplay when compared with conventional analog gamepad and button sets. Gameplay with the PHANTOM-S offers a satisfying experience of fast aiming and accurate shooting. In addition, the optimized impact timing calibration of the PHANTOM-S provides higher accuracy with continuous firing.
The PHANTOM-S provides software to quickly configure the mappings between the keyboard/mouse and conventional gamepad according to your personal preferences. Even Macros can be set so that a single key may carry out specific instructions normally required by multiple key combinations, which surprised us when we first discovered this. ATEN provides regular PHANTOM-S software updates that provide new functions and features, improving gameplay, and supporting next generation game consoles, such as the PS4 and Xbox One.
For even more details on how you set up the Phantom-S, see our special Phantom-S Set-up Page
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