Human Interface Device

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Human Interface Device

(hardware)
(HID) Any device to interact directly with humans (mostly input) like keyboard, mouse, joystick, or graphics tablet.
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CSR plc, today said that CSR and SMK, a global leader in remote control solutions, will together demonstrate Bluetooth SmartA enabled advanced remote control functionality based on the CSR1001 device, a single-mode BluetoothA low energy solution, and the CSR8510 A10 device, a dual-mode Bluetooth solution optimised for human interface devices (HID).
The device can detect vertical distances over several millimeters for contactless, multi-axis human interface devices, such as navigational knobs.
Swedish telecomms solutions provider Ericsson said today (10 December) that its subsidiary Ericsson Technology Licensing would launch its Bluetooth wireless headsets and wireless Human Interface Devices (HIDs) Suites.
international market leader in human interface devices designed to provide a natural, intuitive link between people and computers, has announced that the latest version of Logitech WingMan(R) Software incorporates support for external rudder pedals, which work with a joystick to enhance the feeling of realism for turns and other controlled maneuvers in flight simulators.
Founded in 1981, Logitech designs, manufactures and markets human interface devices that connect people and computers in an intuitive and natural way.

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