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Keyboards and trackballs fully compatible with Chrome OS

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Can you tell me about any company that produces keyboards and trackballs fully compatible with Chrome OS Enterprise?

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Sadly no.

Because I've never encountered any trouble with off the shelf USB keyboard and mice the problem is that with some hundred companies I can't list them all.

Instead can you share a mouse or keyboard (USB) that didn't work?

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So, do any of the additional buttons also work?

So, do any of the additional buttons also work?

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What additional buttons?

There are over 100 buttons on today's keyboards. They all seem to work here.

Please tell more about what you didn't find to work otherwise we have a hammer, jello, nails and a wall.

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Re: keyboards and mice

I assume the Windows key of a standard Windows keyboard doesn't work like it does on Windows, or does something else. That's easy to try.

For a gaming mouse with more than the scroll wheel and the left and right button you might need a driver. Ask the shop what special mice they have that come with a driver for Chrome OS.

Post was last edited on October 7, 2019 11:52 AM PDT

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