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KeyTouch - Community Help - Ubuntu Documentation
USB keyboards that present themselves as a standard HID (Human Interface Device) device should work.
Free Labtec Laser Wireless Desktop 1200
Please be aware that some of these keyboards were probably used with a powered hub The following is a list of specific keyboards known to work and which appear to work fault-free.
RPi USB Keyboards -
Note that generally PS/2 keyboards with an USB adapter will not work directly on a Raspberry Pi port, due to the fact that PS/2 keyboards are desned for normal 5 V -5% range, while USB keyboards must be desned to work with 4.4 Volt, and generally USB devices on the Raspberry Pi may receive less than 4.75 Volt. Using this program is simple; adjust the slider bar to the level you want and press a memory buttons to store settings.
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PS/2 USB adapter keyboards mht work behind a powered hub, which does provide the full 5.0 V.
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