The Dragonfly F1 Mouse series supports the V HUB software, except for the F1 Basic version, which requires a separate Driver software. This blog will introduce how to use the driver for the Dragonfly F1 Basic version.
Dragonfly F1 Driver Downloading
First, go to the VGN driver download page VGN Drivers and click on " DOWNLOAD" to obtain this software.
The Dragonfly F1 driver allows you to remap your mouse key, setting DPI, polling rates and the lighting of the indicator. And also custom a macro on your mouse.
You can set multiple profiles to change your mouse button configuration. Here, you are allowed to modify the mouse's left, right, middle buttons, and two side buttons. Upon clicking the button you wish to change, the available functionalities to modify will be displayed. In the bottom left corner of the interface, you can set the mouse's debounce delay. If you don't want these changes, you can reset the button modifications by clicking 'Restore' in the bottom right corner
On this page, you can adjust your mouse's DPI settings, offering four customizable stages. On the right side of the interface, you can set your mouse polling rate to 125Hz, 250Hz, 500Hz, or 1000Hz. At the bottom of the interface, you can customize DPI indicator lighting effects and also adjust brightness and speed. Additionally, you can set the LOD (Lift-off Distance) to either 1mm or 2mm. There's also the option to activate Ripple Control and Linear Correction functionalities.
Here, you can create macros by recording key presses and modify keys or delays. On the right side, you can also select whether macros should loop and specify the number of loops.
Above is the usage introduction for the Dragonfly F1 Bacis version driver. If you encounter any issues you can't resolve while using it, please feel free to contact us via our social media platforms. We'll promptly attend to your messages and provide assistance.