The perfect synthesis of comfort, convenience and outstanding precision: the XEOX Pro Analog Gamepad gives you a decisive tactical advantage thanks to its ultra-precise, ergonomically-positioned left stick – for professional analog gaming on the PC. At the same time you can control the latest generation of games as well as classics from days of old as the XEOX can be switched between the controller technologies XInput and DirectInput®. Thanks to this the gamepad supports practically all PC games – whether new or old.
- PC gamepad with USB connector
- Dual-Mode technology guarantees full compatibility with practically all games (switchable between XInput und DirectInput®)
- Two maximum-precision analog sticks
- Ergonomically and perfectly positioned left stick for professional analog gaming
- Digital 8-way D-pad, four shoulder buttons, eight front buttons including Start and Back, one mode button and one rapid-fire button
- Switchable rapid and auto-fire functions
- Intense vibration effects for a realistic gaming experience
- Rubberised coating for secure non-slip grip
- 1.9m cable
- Win XP (32-Bit)
- Win Vista (32/64-Bit)
- Windows 7 (32/64-Bit)
- Windows 8 (32/64-Bit)
- Windows 10 (32/64-Bit)
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Operating system: Windows XP (32-Bit), Windows XP (64-Bit), Windows Vista (32-Bit), Windows Vista (64-Bit), Windows 7 (32-Bit), Windows 7 (64-Bit), Windows 8 (32-Bit), Windows 8 (64-Bit), Windows 10 (32-Bit)
What is the XInput and DirectInput switch for?
The switch on the back lets you toggle between the gamepad’s two operating modes: X stands for XInput (for most current games) and D stands for DirectInput (for all older and some newer games). When in XInput mode, all four gamepad LEDs will light up. Put the gamepad into the desired mode before starting a game.
Why has my left-hand analog stick/D-pad stopped working?
Press the SPEEDLINK button in DirectInput mode to toggle between the two D-pad modes. If the upper two LEDs do not light up, coolie hat mode is active. This means that the D-pad and left-hand analog stick have swapped functions.
How do I use this gamepad to play games that only support mice or keyboards as input devices?
You can only do this with special additional software. These programmes are available as freeware versions and easy to find on the Internet.
Why can’t the trigger buttons (R2 and L2) be pressed at the same time?
The signals of these two buttons are on the same axis, so they cancel each other out if pressed simultaneously. This offers the best form of control in many games. Alternatively, configure the button mapping in the game so you don’t need to press both trigger buttons at the same time.
Why does the gamepad not work at all or only offer limited functionality in some games?
As the gamepad supports both operating modes – DirectInput and XInput – you need to determine before launching the game which interface the game supports. You then need to set the gamepad to the correct mode as described in the manual prior to starting the game. You can determine which mode is compatible with a game by contacting the video game publisher, consulting the game instructions or testing both modes. Please note: full gamepad support is not offered by every game. However, these games can often be controlled using the gamepad by downloading and installing free additional software available on the Internet.
My gamepad, joystick or racing wheel has stopped working
Use Windows® Device Manager to check that the input device is working correctly. You should find the device you want to test listed there. Double-click/right-click the device name in the list of installed game controllers to access the input device’s settings. Test the device by pressing its buttons or moving its sticks. What you do on the device should be reflected on the test panel.