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The best specialist controllers for PS4 - including mouse and keyboard converters

A DualShock might be a good start but trust us, there's so much more.

Hori PS4 TAC GRIP

The gamepad! A concept that every gamer in the world is intimately familiar with, no matter how often they play. Each console has its own spin on what a gaming controller should be but if you're after something unique, the PS4 has you covered with a set of specialised controllers for different games. Here, we'll take a look at the best specialist controllers for PS4.

Exactly what we mean when using the term 'specialist' controllers varies from product to product but it can mean anything from a dedicated steering wheel controller and arcade fight sticks all the way to specially designed pads that are meant to feel more like using a mouse and keyboard on your PS4. Of course, on top of that, there are actual mouse & keyboard converters available for the PS4 that will enable you to use your existing mouse and keyboard setup on your console, which may appeal to the diehard online multiplayer shooter fans out there.

You don't have to be an eSports superstar or even a semi-pro competitor in order to get the most out of these controllers. You won't be using a steering wheel to play a platformer and using an arcade fight stick to play a first person shooter is downright insane, so if you're planning on picking up a controller purely to play a specific game or type of game, odds are good that you're the kind of fanatic that wants a controller that will improve your gameplay experience, hone your skills, make you more comfortable or just generally immerse you in the action quicker.

Different controllers suit different genres, of course - dancing games are vastly improved with a PlayStation Camera and a set of Move controllers, Street Fighter V is much more effective with a fight stick, racing games leap into life when paired with the right steering wheel controller. The list goes on and doesn't stop until you're considering buying something that looks like a mouse/keyboard/gamepad mash up all in one. Those, by the way, are becoming more and more common amongst FPS players, for better or for worse, in order to improve reflex-time. If you don't fancy grabbing one of these weird mutant controllers, consider the mouse and keyboard converters and save some space, maybe.

This list is by no means definitive but at the very least, we'll try and highlight some of our top picks for the best PS4 controllers, the best specialist controllers for PS4 that is, as well as the best mouse and keyboard converters for PS4.

PlayStation Camera

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Although it's not actually a controller per se, it's hard to find a PS4 accessory more specialised than the PlayStation Camera. Largely used for the PlayStation VR headset these days, this little guy has been around since the launch of the PS4. Before VR came along, players were mostly encouraged to use the camera for live streams as well as video chat, alongside a handful of games that used the camera for a small feature.

Beyond the realms of titles like The Playroom, Just Dance and LittleBigPlanet, the PlayStation Camera also allows players to sign into their PSN accounts using facial recognition and launch games and apps using voice. More than any other use now, though, is PS VR. If you're considering picking up a PlayStation  VR headset, you're going to want to grab one of these cameras as well. In 2016, Sony even gave this little guy a redesign so you can pick a squared-off design or the newer rounded type and see which you like better.

PlayStation Move Controller

PS Move Controllers

Along with the PlayStation Camera, you're probably going to end up with at least one of these things. The PlayStation Move controller, originally designed and released for the PS3, is what you'll be using for a wide range of games while in VR. The aforementioned range of non-VR games (especially the Just Dance series) will make wide use of the PlayStation Move controllers as well, but the clear selling point here is the ability to use your hands in a more natural motion while immersed in VR. Having a set of these ready and waiting makes all the difference when playing games in PS VR.

Hori PS4 TAC GRIP

Hori PS4 TAC GRIP

Here's where this post really earns the term 'specialist'. Hori is well known for creating an array of single-purpose gaming controllers over there years and the TAC GRIP for PS4 is no exception. Its full name - the Tactical Assault Commander GRIP - should give you a fair impression of the kind of games this controller is designed for. The pairing of a half-controller and gaming mouse (for left and right hands respectively) is tweaked ever so carefully to appeal to those of us out there who spend hours upon hours playing online multiplayer shooters and need every last bit of precision humanly possible. It even features bespoke buttons for quick-aiming, sniping and walk mode just in case you had any doubt this is built to be the definitive FPS controller.

Both the controller and mouse are wired with three meters of cable length, ensuring no input lag that crops up occasionally with wireless controllers. The left-hand gamepad section comes with a strap to secure your hand in place and make sure that you don't accidentally drop the thing while you play. The right-hand mouse section is capable of 800 to 3200 dpi which can be adjusted with a click of a button. Also found on the mouse are the missing 'right hand' trigger and bumper buttons - replaced here as four thumb buttons on the left side of the mouse. If you're not satisfied with the mouse's performance, fret not since any number of gaming mice can be connected to the gamepad via the USB cable and used to almost the same effect.

The TAC GRIP also comes with its own software which enables the controller's buttons to be completely remapped and customised, which is a nice bonus feature. It's not quite as near to the PC 'mouse and keyboard' experience as it seems to want to be, but it's definitely a cheaper way to get that experience on your PS4 than some of the other options out there.

Hori PS4 TAC PRO

TAC PRO

Earlier when I said the TAC GRIP wasn't perfect but it was a cheaper way to get the mouse and keyboard experience on a PS4? Well, meet the GRIP's big brother - the Hori TAC PRO for PS4. As you can most likely tell from the image, the big difference between the GRIP and the PRO is the 'left-hand' gamepad section. Mainly that it's not there anymore and has been replaced by a dinky little keyboard instead. This makes the overall experience far, far more akin to playing a PC shooter. Although it's a little unwieldy at first, once your wrist settles into the right position, you'll find muscle memory taking over for the most part.

The 'section of a keyboard' styled left-hand controller features 20 mechanical keys which are a bit of a joy to use, especially when trying to keep up with the high-octane action happening on screen. As with the TAC GRIP before it, all keys are completely programmable using the accompanying software, this time being able to store up to three profiles at a time, too. The included gaming mouse is almost identical to the version that comes with the TAC GRIP. It's by no means perfect and while it does a great job of emulating the feel of playing PC shooters, there's distinctly something missing overall. Having said that, much like its little brother the GRIP, there are better options out there (look out for the Xim 4) but you'll be paying much more for them.

Hori Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai

Hori Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai

The Hori Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai is arguably the absolute best PS4 arcade fight stick on the market. Featuring nine large, clacky (in the best way) "HAYABUSA" buttons and the "HAYABUSA joystick", this stick is a must-own for die-hard fighting game fans. This is one of the very few home fight sticks that manage to capture the feeling of playing at an arcade while still working on a PS4. As a matter of fact, this stick actually works on PS3 and PC as well with no additional adapter needed, which is a valuable bonus to have. All in all, if you consider yourself a fighting game fanatic, you'll play best when you feel your best and odds are good, the Real Arcade Pro 4 Kai stick will help you get there quicker.

Mouse and keyboard converters

As is typical in life, something that attempts to emulate something can only really get so far. It's great that products like the TAC GRIP and TAC PRO exist and serve their purpose but they will never be able to capture the feeling of playing a game with a real mouse and keyboard perfectly. They may come pretty darn close at times but ultimately, nothing compares to the real thing.

In that case, it's good to know that actual mouse & keyboard converters exist for the PS4, meaning you'll be able to pick up one of these little boxes and plug in your existing (and most likely expensive) gaming mouse and keyboard in order to play using them on your PS4. There's not a lot of these about at the moment but the ones that are out there seem to be doing the job rather beautifully - expect to see more companies making these soon. Of course, as will all emerging tech, you should be prepared to spend a pretty penny on one of these, at least until the market gets flooded with a lot of similar products.

It's worth noting, also, that if your only goal is to play single player games using a mouse and keyboard, one of these converters will suit you just fine. If, however, you're aiming to play online with one of these, be warned that there have been cases in the past of players being banned from matches or games for the 'unfair advantage' of using one of these converters. Your mileage may vary, of course, but it's better to know that before you buy than getting an unpleasant surprise months in.

Xim 4

Xim 4

The absolute best mouse and keyboard converter for PS4 on the market today, without question, is the Xim 4. It also happens to be by far the most expensive. Funny how that works out, huh? Compatible with the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, the Xim 4 enables console gamers to use a huge range of PC hardware to play their games with. Unlike some other similar products currently out, the Xim 4 avoids compatibility issues and really boils down to a very simple plug-and-play setup. This little box essentially tricks your console into thinking your gamepad, mouse, keyboard, joystick or whatever else you're using is a standard controller.

The accompanying software, the Xim 4 Manager, also allows players to configure the device entirely using a PC or even a Smart Phone (via Bluetooth). The great advantage of this software is that the database of compatible devices and games is expanding constantly and the Xim 4 receives these updates via this software, in order to stay ahead of the game at every step. As you may expect, this software also enables you to completely remap and reconfigure any and all buttons and keys on your device. The Xim 4 is a beautiful little device and does its job near flawlessly, the only catch may be the price tag.

Hama Speedshot Ultimate

Hama Speedshot

Right now, the only product that even remotely rivals the Xim 4 is the Hama Speedshot Ultimate. As a nice extra, it's also a fraction of the cost, too. There is a PS4 specific model out there as well as a multi-format edition that will work on PS3, PS4, Xbox One and Xbox 360. The multi-format edition is known as the Speedshot Ultimate and it's the one that's worth your attention.

Much like the Xim 4, in order to use your mouse and keyboard, it's a simple plug-and-play setup via USB, no outside installation or any software is required. Up to eleven different profiles can be created and used to store different button configurations, with extra features such as turbo, auto-fire and auto-repeat available as well. It even comes with a nifty little sticker sheet in order to keep track of button layouts.

The thing that lets the package down somewhat and may explain the much-reduced price tag in comparison ot the Xim 4, is compatibility options. There is a largely reduced database of compatible PC hardware although the vast majority of well-known brands and models should work just fine. For full freedom of devices, you'll want to grab a Xim 4 instead, although you'll be paying over double the price of this one.


With that, we've finished our look at the best specialist controllers for PS4 as well as PS4 mouse and keyboard converters. As mentioned before, these are purely for the die-hards and won't be suited to everyone. If you do find yourself yearning for the kind of options one of the above controllers or converters offer, then you may just want to grab yourself a nice treat and get your gaming up to speed.

Sours: https://www.vg247.com/the-best-specialist-controllers-for-ps4-including-mouse-and-keyboard-converters

 

The FragFX Shark PS4 - Sony officially licensed product!

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Fully wireless controller - successor of the famous FragFX Shark PS3 series - is your weapon for all FPS and 3rd person shooter games. One of the most easy to use and intuitive controllers ever designed specifically for the Playstation 4 (incl. Pro, Slim etc). The FragFX Shark PS4 gives you that same PC style game-play on the PS4 and doubles as an optimized mouse for PS Home and Browser navigation. Be faster, more accurate; and it is even easier to use than a standard controller. You can dynamically program the motion and adjust the mouse sensitivity - making the FragFX Shark PS4 a truly intelligent controller.

Key Features:

• Sony Officially Licensed Product

• plug 'n play

• deadzone fine tuning for greater pinpoint accuracy

• motion control compatible

• Fully-fledged PC-feel of the mouse on the PS4

• touch pad mimic functions

• ultra fast wireless technology to 2.4 GHz

• access to special features (eg macro, Rapid-Fire, button swap, stick swap, etc.)

• 1 AA battery per unit (requires 2 only AA batteries complete set; not included)

• mouse battery est. more than 100h play time / Chuck battery more than 50h play time

• more than 500h powersaver standby

• Mouse 2000 DPI, on the fly adjustable resolution

• Easy in-controller setup (no firmware updates required)

• compatible to PS4, PS4 Pro PS4 slim and all PS3 models

Sours: https://eu.splitfish.com/fragfx-game-controllers/fragfx-shark-ps4.html?___store=english&___from_store=default
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7 Best Alternatives to WASD for Gaming Movement

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In the realm of PC gaming, keyboard and mouse is still king. We used it to play Doom in the ’90s, and we still use it to play first-person shooters today.

Think about that: nothing has really changed in more than 25 years.

Arguably, that’s for good reason. Mouse aiming is extremely accurate, which is ideal for shooters. And WASD provides access to plenty of auxiliary keys while also offering passable movement control.

That’s right, I said passable. Accuracy notwithstanding, WASD comes with real downsides, whether you’ll admit it or not!

Whether due to dexterity issues, comfort, or even disability, many people (me included) default to using basic gaming controllers, which have their own drawbacks.

Luckily, we have alternatives. We can now enjoy mouse accuracy without relying on those four popular keys.

So what are the best WASD control alternatives to mouse and keyboard? We’ve found seven viable options.


Advantages of non-WASD movement control

So why should you consider a WASD alternative controller?

  • Analog Movement: Unless you’re sporting an analog switch keyboard like the Wooting One, your switches are digital, meaning they’re either “on” or “off.” Press a key, move at full speed. Release the key, you stop. In stealth-dependent games like Skyrim, that’s a problem. Analog offers natural, featherable movement.
  • No Diagonals: With WASD, you can only move in eight directions: forward, back, left, right, and diagonally. If you want 360-degree movement freedom, you’ll definitely want analog controls (probably a thumbstick.)
  • Ergonomics: Over time, WASD movement hurts can cause strain on wrist and finger joints. WASD movement alternatives are often far more ergonomic and comfortable.

7 Top Gaming Control Alternatives to WASD Keyboard & Mouse

Here are seven of my favourite WASD substitutes. Some are products, others are just ideas; each has unique advantages.

1) Half a Controller: Easy and Inexpensive

This might seem low-tech, but you can use a standard gaming controller in one hand.

This makeshift solution gives you a joystick for analog movement, as well as shoulder buttons, d-pad and the trigger for extra functions.

Many modern games support simultaneous controller and mouse, meaning you can use both inputs at the same time.

Drawbacks:

You’ll run into issues with older games where mouse plus controller support is hit-and-miss. You could use Joy2Key to assign buttons to functions, but that’s fiddly.

Also, I find it tricky to hold a controller in one hand. You can rest it on a tabletop, but that’s not ideal.

Still, it’s an affordable, easy option to replace WASD gaming movement.


2) Nintendo Switch JoyCon: Comfortable Nunchuck-Style Controller

A Nintendo Switch JoyCon Controller Set

Nintendo recently added PC support to its peripherals, which is great news. The Switch JoyCon is a clever, user-friendly, high-end peripheral, and it makes a fantastic WASD movement alternative.

You can connect half or both to your PC using Bluetooth. One half of a JoyCon is almost perfect for movement; it fits naturally in your hand and provides six buttons plus a shoulder trigger.

Drawbacks:

As Nintendrew mentions in the linked video, default drivers aren’t analog-friendly, so you’ll get the same 8-directional movement as WASD. Fortunately, there are 3rd-party drivers which solve this problem. I won’t mention any here, but I suggest you Google “JoyCon analog driver PC.”

The other drawback? You’ll have fewer inputs than WASD; you’ll have to determine whether six buttons is sufficient for your gaming needs.

3) Gaming Keypads: Good Choice to Replace WASD

A Razer Orbweaver

There are a handful of awesome gaming keypads out there, and they can be a fantastic upgrade over your old keyboard. They aren’t cheap! That said, you’re getting a premium product with top-of-the-line mechanical switches and plenty of buttons.

The Razer Orbweaver and Nostromo keypads are popular, and far more ergonomically efficient than a standard keyboard.

The Logitech G13 is another popular keypad with an analog thumb stick. It’s highly programmable, but I don’t love the stick placement, and it may be discontinued.

Drawbacks:

Frankly, a thumbstick is awkward unless you can hold your input device in a claw-style grip. I’m still waiting on a great gaming keypad with a thumbstick set on a 90-degree angle.

On Razer’s keypads, the thumb stick is really an 8-directional hat switch, which is basically WASD with better ergonomics.

4) Azeron: Hand-Crafted Gamepad, Total WASD Upgrade

Two Azeron gaming keypads in orange

Speaking of thumbstick keypads, you should really check out the Azeron. This cool-looking gaming keypad is an exceptional WASD movement alternative that’ll support even input-hungry games like MMOs.

The story is great. Starting with a hand-crafted wooden keypad, Latvian inventor Bucis now sells hand-crafted keypads. The Azeron gamepad uses efficient little tabs that can be easily reached without glancing down. There are now 30 buttons in total, including a D-pad (not pictured.)

Topping it off is the thumbstick. This one is set at a usable 90 degrees, and it’s intended for thumb movement. (They make a left-handed version too.)

Azeron reached out to me to let me know they now include custom key mapping software, including a feature to let you “rotate” the analog stick.

Drawbacks:

This 3D-printed product won’t have the polish you’d find with an “off-the-shelf” controller. And purchase turnaround time isn’t quick.

That all said, I think it’s an absolute bargain for a handmade, highly customizable item. The Azeron gaming keypad is utterly unique. You can check them out here.

5) Splitfish: A Unique, Quirky WASD Alternative

Splitfish FragFX 360

Splitfish has been crafting WASD alternative controllers for years, but they approach it from a different angle. They bring mouse accuracy to console.

Thumbsticks don’t hold a candle to mouse aiming. Anyone using a mouse on a console has a huge advantage and that’s Splitfish’s business model.

Of course if you’re reading this, you’re probably a PC gamer. Don’t worry though, several Splitfish products are PC compatible, like the FragFX 360.

It comprises a mouse with extra buttons on the side, and a Wii-like nunchuck. Together they replace every button on an Xbox 360 controller. On PC, Splitfish emulates a keyboard, with each button hard mapped to a key.

Drawbacks:

The FragFX nunchuck can only mimic a keyboard digitally. That means no analog movement and no feathering. There may be custom scripts that can get around this, but I wasn’t able to find any.

However, you do get more buttons than the Nintendo JoyCon, with two shoulder buttons and a full d-pad.

6) Joystick & Mouse: A Strangely Effective Combo

A joystick / flightstick

This one’s a little wilder, but it’s viable (if you can handle the learning curve.) You can use a joystick or flightstick instead of WASD.

A joystick is like a giant thumbstick. You push forward and backward to move, use left and right to strafe, and the remaining buttons as various inputs. And the movement is analog.

Once you’re accustomed to it, the controls feel natural and instinctive. There have been controller prototypes along this line, such as the ill-fated Wasdio.

Drawbacks:

The first is fatigue. A flightstick requires more physical movement to go forward, back, left and right, which might wear you out.

The second issue is setup. You’ll need a key mapper, and you’ll likely have to configure it for each game.

Still, if you have a joystick kicking around this might be worth a shot.

7) Steam Controller: Awesome WASD Substitute, Steep Learning Curve

A Steam Controller, by Valve

I went back and forth on whether to include this one. Ultimately, I included it because I love the concept. The Steam Controller offers dual thumbpads and endless customizability. There’s no other controller like it, and it’s a true alternative to WASD movement, with far better aiming than any joystick gamepad.

Counterpoint: I hated using it.

I really tried to like it, but ultimately I gave up. The triggers and buttons are all top-notch; it may be the best feeling controller I’ve held. Still, I couldn’t get past my deeply-ingrained gaming habits.

Drawbacks:

Setup is a major hurdle. For each game, I spent an hour getting my controls configured. That’s not sustainable, at least not for my impatient dinosaur brain.

I also feel like there’s an overall shortage of inputs. Mode-shifting and dual-stage triggers help, but again you need to set that all up.

That said, I have friends who absolutely love the Steam Controller, so it’s clearly a subjective thing.


Honourable Mentions

In compiling this list, I looked at several other ideas that didn’t make the list for various reasons.

Playstation Nav Controller

playstation nav controller

This is similar to the Splitfish or the half-a-controller idea. A Playstation Nav controller connects wirelessly or via USB and offers analog movement to replace WASD. It features a half-controller’s worth of buttons and fits very nicely in your hand.

Downsides:

Nobody makes or sells these anymore. You’re stuck buying one used. This well-made controller just isn’t a reliable WASD control alternative for gaming anymore.

The Dufentech KeyBall

Dufentech KeyBall V2

I’ve never understood why consoles haven’t embraced the trackball. They offer mouse-like aiming accuracy and you can easily mount one in a standard controller.

Case in point: the Dufentech KeyBall. This cool, DIY input device has combined an old Xbox 360 controller shell with a trackball mouse and a tiny thumb keyboard. And lots of Bondo.

Downsides:

It’s a prototype, not available for sale. Unless you’re willing to bust out your soldering iron and replicate the process at home, the KeyBall will forever be out of reach.


Who else hates WASD and wants a substitute?

Do you hate WASD movement too? Have you tried any of the above options?

Do you think I’m out to lunch?

Feel free to comment below, I’d love to hear what solutions you’ve come up with.

Sours: https://gadgetry.today/gaming/7-best-alternatives-to-wasd-for-gaming-movement/
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Using a mouse or a keyboard for shooting games for PS4 & Xbox One, especially shooters, maybe easier than using a controller.

Mouse and keyboard can be used for PS4 or Xbox one as long as it’s configured correctly. Go to the settings and configure the input settings to the keyboard and mouse.

Each finger is properly set to hit a key instantly. Rather than using a regular grip ( or even claw grip), having a full-fledged keyboard attached to your Xbox or PS4 can give you the upper hand against your opponents.  

Mouse Or Keyboard Instead Of A Controller

This topic has been long debated by gamers for years. Simply put, the mouse and keyboard give the players quicker and more efficient ways to act with their character. Whereas a player needs to move his thumb from X, Y, A, B (or Box, Triangle, Square, Circle on PS4), a computer player will have simple access to key by simply sliding the finger up a key.

For shooting games, aiming with the mouse tends to be easier as well. Using two joysticks to aim successfully and fire can present discrepancies if your thumbs tend to get sweaty. Instead, using a mouse can provide consistent aim and accuracy to your opponents.  

As claw grip has become more popular over the years from console players, many gamers have found it easier to hit buttons faster.  

Here is a great list by Digitaltrends.com on games that allow for keyboard/mouse integration.

Mouse And Keyboard for PS4

The PS4 allows for a computer and mouse to be used for all games. Connecting the device is simple and takes no time.  

A keyboard and mouse may connect to the PS4 via Bluetooth or wired in via USB. Please note – PlayStation supports the use of a mouse and keyboard in some games (and apps), but it doesn’t work for every game. Only games that allow mouse/keyboard integration will be useful. Check the game’s manual before trying to use it.  

According to the PlayStation support documents for connecting via USB:

  1. Plug the device into an open USB port on the front of the PS4
  2. The PS4 will recognize the new device and ask who is using it. Choose the profile that you’d like to pair to the device.
  3. You can now use the keyboard to navigate the PS4 system menus, input text, browse the web, and more.
  4. Keyboard type (language), key repeat delay, and key repeat rate can be changed by going to [Settings] > [Devices] > [External Keyboard].

It’s as simple as that. Waste no time as it’s as easy as plug and play for wired USB connections.  

For Bluetooth connected mice and keyboards:

  1. From the Dynamic Menu’s Home Screen, press UP on the d-pad.
  2. Choose [Settings] > [Devices] > [Bluetooth Devices]. The system will automatically search for nearby Bluetooth devices.
  3. Follow the normal pairing process of the Bluetooth device you wish to pair and enter the passkey (if necessary). If you are unsure of this process, please consult the device’s instruction manual.
  4. The PS4 will recognize the new device and ask who is using it. Choose the profile that you’d like to pair to the device.
  5. You can now use the keyboard to navigate the PS4 system menus, input text, browse the web, and more.

Using A Keyboard And Mouse For The Xbox?

Mouse and keyboard support is available for players who wish to use both on the Xbox.  

Please note, Xbox One supports the use of a mouse and keyboard in some games (and apps), but it doesn’t work for every game. Only games that allow mouse/keyboard integration will be useful.

Check the game’s manual before trying to use it.

See Our Complete List Of Helpful Gaming Articles Here.

How To Configure Your Mouse For Xbox

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Kinect & Devices
  3. Configure Pointer Speed & Primary/Secondary Buttons

How To Configure Your Keyboard For Xbox

  1. Plug USB Keyboard Into Xbox
  2. Follow The Graph Below For Inputs
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What Keyboards Are Available For Xbox & PS4

The keyboards are Bluetooth or USB enabled so that they can be used for both systems. Here are our picks for the best mouse & keyboards for both the Xbox & PS4  

IFYOO KMAX1 Pro Keypad and Mouse Combo Set

If you play on a living room couch or don’t have much room to set up a mouse and keyboard, this half keyboard set may be for you! Only the left side of the keyboard is typically used to maneuver your character, which is more than enough for gaming!  

Keyboard – Compatible with Xbox, PS4, Nintendo Switch, as well as PC/Laptop. A wired connection that plugs straight into the console via USB. JIXIAN Blue Switch, Ergonomic Design with Palm Rest, 7 kinds LED Backlight Effect  

Mouse – Right-handed ergonomic design, with advanced gaming sensors, max 10,000 DPI, 4 Polling Rate: 125/250/500/1000Hz, Onboard Memory, 11 kinds of sidelight strips (it can be turned off), 7 kinds of DPI level reminder lights.  

Havit Gaming Keyboard

The HAVIT gaming keyboard mouse headset and mouse pad kit is a great starter bundle for players.Included in the package:

  • Rainbow Backlit 104 Keys Keyboard – Colors and keys can all be configured to user’s liking.
  • 3200 DPI Gaming Mouse – 1000, 2400, 3200 DPI Adjustable and switch flashing indicator light
  • Gaming Headset – Over the head, soft material, comfortable enough to wear for hours. Works for Xbox One, PS4 and compatible with PC.

Redragon S101 PC Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo

The Redragon keyboard & mouse combo is a great starter kit for beginners looking for a cheap but reliable keyboard/mouse. When ordering, be sure to select the “new and improved version.”  

Keyboard – Keyboard features 25 conflict-free, 10 multimedia, and 12 additional FN+ Multimedia keys, for a total of 114 keys. The keys are quiet and designed for longevity, durability for tactile feedback.  

Mouse – Wired gaming mouse with a red back-lit frame. Total of 6 buttons, 5 which are programmable. User-adjustable 800/1600/2400/3200 DPI.   What’s your favorite gaming and mouse combo? Let us know!

Conclusion

Using a mouse and keyboard can be beneficial if you have a console system but want to be effecient with your gaming. Using multiple fingers to swap between weapons and aiming with a mouse is much easier.

Although you’ll need room to be able to set up a mouse and keyboard, it could be in your favor to play these shooting games on a console system, such as PS4 & Xbox One.

Sours: https://gethypedsports.com/can-you-use-mouse-keyboard-for-ps4-or-xbox/

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