Monday, 13 December 2021
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Given it's not rare nowadays to have to touch some usb 2nd factor device (like yubikey nano) it'll be nice to have it just in reach of one of the fingers :)
Since every keymouse already has usb hub onboard, how hard it'll be to add and expose to the PC one more usb-a port?
it should be OK to have it just usb2, and not being inteded to be used with usb storage etc.
8 months ago
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Hi Anton. The previous 100 series version of KeyMouse devices had a USB hub on-board to allow daisy chaining them, but the new devices use Serial instead (physically USB Mini B port, but not USB protocol). This allows the computer to see 1 device instead of 2 and eliminates many issues of the 2 devices staying in sync, particularly for Mac. It would be handy to have a USB port (I used it occasionally on previous devices), but we don't have plans currently to add it back.
8 months ago
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#2670
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Hi Anton. The previous 100 series version of KeyMouse devices had a USB hub on-board to allow daisy chaining them, but the new devices use Serial instead (physically USB Mini B port, but not USB protocol). This allows the computer to see 1 device instead of 2 and eliminates many issues of the 2 devices staying in sync, particularly for Mac. It would be handy to have a USB port (I used it occasionally on previous devices), but we don't have plans currently to add it back.
Anton Fedorov selected the reply #2670 as the answer for this post — 7 months ago
Anton Fedorov selected the reply #2670 as the answer for this post — 7 months ago
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