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    wireless keyboards from QUE


    does any one have any idea if the following keyboards work in linux ?
    QUE KBQ2200-BT
    QUE KBQ2000-BT
    QUE KBQ1800
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    RE: does any one have any idea if the following keyboards work in linux? QUE KBQ2200-BT ...
    Everything may work under linux ... if you install the appropriate firmware.
    In this case if you have in the repo list of your Linux distro the Broadcom BCM2070 Bluetooth 2.1+EDR driver and install it - most probably it will work.

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    thanks what about QUE KBQ1800 ? it is sadly not Bluetooth keyboard

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    The OEM claims that it is Bluetooth 2.1+EDR compatible.
    See on the keyboard label which is the wireless adapter?

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    on the packaging its written 2.4gh
    with its own dongle

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    RE On the packaging its written 2.4gh with its own dongle
    This is nothing (as information). Everything wireless nowadays is on 2.4 GHz. Look for other information.
    If there is no info on the label, open the keyboard (or ask in a computer service to open it) and see which is the chip of the wireless connection.

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    I don't have any idea..

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    Quote Originally Posted by acerstoreau View Post
    I don't have any idea.
    Acquire some, what are you waiting for.
    Go first to the computer store where you bought the keyboard, and ask them to provide you some information, especially about the wireless adapter and the keyboard driver.
    Take the keyboard with you and go to friends, to the university computer center, to a computer assmebly retailer ... and ask to try the keyboard.
    If the OS of some computer finds out automatically some generic driver that the keyboard is working with, take notes.
    You may also open with a screw driver the keyboard and see which is the wireless chip there. If the keyboard does not open, go to a service technician to do this for you (sometimes it has special denticles, and there is no way for you to guess this).

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