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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It is high praise to have Cypress's PRoC LP follow in the footsteps of our original PRoC device and be honored with an award from EEPW," said Matt Branda, senior product marketing manager of Cypress's Human Interface Device Business Unit.
WirelessUSB LP delivers an unprecedented, robust wireless solution with the industry's lowest power consumption and unrivaled interference immunity," said Matt Branda, senior product marketing manager of Cypress's Human Interface Device Business Unit.
The new WirelessUSB LP offers the most robust solution with the lowest power consumption for keyboards, mice, and other Human Interface Devices (HIDs), while providing an unparalleled feature set enabling low BOM costs, higher data rate applications, and faster time to market.
The CY8C24794-24LFXI is ideal for human interface devices (HIDs), including mice, keyboards, gamepads and joysticks, as well as uninterruptible power supply (UPS) and other PC peripheral applications.
Varatouch is an intellectual property company dedicated to the design of innovative human interface devices for consumer electronics.
The recognition confirms Cypress's leading position in USB and wireless connectivity for Human Interface Devices (HIDs).
These same benefits translate to a variety of applications, including consumer electronics, home and industrial automation, and Human Interface Devices.
Unigen's LETO family of modules featuring our CYRF6936 WirelessUSB LP product easily enables endless applications with robust Cypress RF technology," said Marcus Kramer, director of Cypress's Human Interface Devices (HID) Business Unit.
Artaflex's new WirelessUSB modules deliver outstanding range and reliability, offering a complete solution that can be dropped into a wide range of applications for instant wireless connectivity," said Marcus Kramer, director of the Human Interface Devices Business Unit of Cypress's Consumer and Computation Division.
The CY4636 RDK, which includes the WirelessUSB protocol for best-in-class interference immunity, can also be used for development of additional Human Interface Devices (HIDs) such as presenter tools, remote controls, and PC game pads.
Established in 1997, Darfon Electronics Corporation designs, manufactures and markets human interface devices, power devices, and multi-layer components that enable people to effectively work, play, and communicate in the digital world.

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