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HID Class (Human Interface Devices)
This the class for most input devices, such as keyboard, mouse, joystick, tracker ball, touch tablet, laser pointer, etc. Most standard keyboard and mice are supported natively by RISC OS.
Icon Class Description RISC OS Info
3_1_1 Standard Keyboard supporting Boot interface Standard -
3_1_2 Standard Mouse supporting Boot interface Standard -
Most simple USB keyboards and mice will probably work under RISC OS 5. The list below just shows some devices that have been reported by customers to behave correctly. Other devices may work correctly too. If you find a device that doesn't work or which has extra keys that cannot be used, you'll probably need a USBHID driver.

 
 
Keyboards (some combined with another device)
Below an overview of some devices known to work well on the IYONIX pc and RISC OS 5. Please note that some devices may contain multiple interfaces, in which case only the first one is shown here.
Icon Class VID PID Vendor Description Info
9_0_0 & 3_1_2 05ac 0202 Apple iMac Keyboard (ALPS) with build-in HUB -
3_1_1 & 3_1_2 046d c504 Logitech Cordless Keyboard and Mouse (RF) More...
9_0_0 & 3_1_1 045e 002b Microsoft Intrnet Keyboard Pro (with build-in HUB) More...
 
Mice
Below an overview of USB mice known to work well on the IYONIX pc and RISC OS 5. Please note that some devices may contain multiple interfaces, in which case only the first one is shown here.
Icon Class VID PID Vendor Description Info
3_1_2 050d 0119 Memorex Wireless IR mouse (Chic Technology) -
3_1_2 045e 0039 Microsoft IntelliMouse Optical -
 
USB - PS2 convertors
Below an overview of some devices known to work well on the IYONIX pc and RISC OS 5. Please note that some devices may contain multiple interfaces, in which case only the first one is shown here.
Icon Class VID PID Vendor Description Info
3_1_1 & 3_1_2 050d 0119 Belkin USB-PS2 Adapter (Soho 4 port KVM) More...
3_1_1 & 3_1_2 050d 0119 Omniview 4 Port KVM and audio switch with USB -

 
We need your help
In order to keep the list above up to date, it is important that you report any new devices to us. Even if the device is currently not supported by the USB software, it is important that we know of any new devices, so that we can update our databases. When reporting a device, it is important to tell us the full class name (e.g. 8_6_80), the Vendor ID, the Product ID and a brief description of the product. Please mark clearly if the device is currently being supported by the software.
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Last changed: Friday, 27 February 2004 - 03:08 CET.
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