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Alternative input devices for Ubuntu

As part of a general input article, Linux.com uses Ubuntu as test-distribution. Something, but not all works.
Read about the gizmos here

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Although none of these devices will replace my keyboard and mouse full-time, they are all useful and interesting. It seems as if most USB input devices work well with Linux, but some complex devices like the Streamzap remote are difficult to configure.

I also encountered a number of devices, such as the SnapStream Firefly Remote, that are, unfortunately, not Linux-compatible. If you have personal experience with other Linux-compatible input devices, please leave a comment with some of your impressions.

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