So in terms of properly setting up our device, if you don’t want to take the time understanding the technical aspect of the Eagle Eye or feel it’s beyond, it really isn’t something that should stop you from properly setting up our device. We say this because even if you don’t understand our products, you can still go to our forums or Calibration Database where you can find user submitted configs for almost every major game. All you really have to do just copy other user’s configs, who are nice enough to post their own personal configs to help others, and test it for yourself. Most generally are pretty well setup and only require you to slightly tweak it for your own personal taste.
Now it’s not like we don’t want people to research and understand our device, it’s just that we understand some may not be as technically adept as others and we feel that shouldn’t stop them from enjoying our device, so we decided to make this quick how to guide to better help new users setup their Eagle Eye quickly, and more importantly, correctly.
So that’s what I am going to do, I am going to show how easy it really is to setup our device if the advanced calibration leaves something to be desired.
But before I go into that, I want to layout some easy tips that briefly outline what I will be talking about for the rest of this instructional article for reference.
Some Easy Tips for properly setting up our device quickly for new users:
-Purchase a gaming mouse from our compatibility list that you can customize the DPI, Polling Rate, sensitivity, and acceleration and that has a DPI range that goes up to at least 2000 and I would recommend up to 3000+ for the best results.
-Copy their setup (Eagle Eye settings, in game sensitivity, and mouse setup) and test it.
-Tweak it to your liking by playing with the X and Y sensitivity first before tweaking the deadzone settings if you have to (this is recommended for more advanced users).
- If you aren’t able to tweak it to your liking, try another one, the whole point is to use these setups as a launching point, a starting template.
To keymap all your own keyboard keys and sensitivities, let's go here: