t2:usage_guides:systems:computers

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 All Window'​s,​ Linux and Mac computers are supported by the Titan Two. The Titan Two can connect to a computer via controller output, or via HID output. All Window'​s,​ Linux and Mac computers are supported by the Titan Two. The Titan Two can connect to a computer via controller output, or via HID output.
-===== Console ​Polling Rate =====+===== System ​Polling Rate =====
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-Default and maximum USB polling rate supported by the console+Default and maximum USB polling rate supported by the computer system
-| USB Default | 250Hz (4ms) |+| USB Default | 1000Hz ​(1ms) |
 | USB Maximum | 1000Hz (1ms) | | USB Maximum | 1000Hz (1ms) |
  
-===== Controller Protocol ===== +===== Wired Connection (No controller needed) =====
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-Relevant information about the Xbox 360 controller protocol. +
-| USB Polling Interval | 8ms | +
-| Device Authentication | NO | +
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-===== Wired Connection (without Xbox One Controller) =====+
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 ==== Requirements ==== ==== Requirements ====
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   - Connect the other end of the Micro-USB cable to any available USB port on the Computer.   - Connect the other end of the Micro-USB cable to any available USB port on the Computer.
  
-| **Note:** //After the initial device enumeration and authentication,​ the official Xbox One controller can be removed from the Titan Two.// |+===== Wired Connection (Native Keyboard and Mouse) ===== 
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 +  * **[[t2:​usage_guides:​systems:​multihid|Multi HID]]** 
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 +| **Note:** //With the Xbox One controller method, after the initial device enumeration and authentication,​ the official Xbox One controller can be removed from the Titan Two.// |
  
  
  
  
t2/usage_guides/systems/computers.txt · Last modified: 2020/09/12 12:42 by sNAP