Aug 27, 2014. Laser Projection Keyboard - English QWERTY model; Works as standard USB HID keyboard when connected to PC with USB cable; Bluetooth connections require special Celluon driver. Available for Windows and some older mobile platforms; Not compaitble with iPad/iPod or some Blackberry devices. I have pretty severe RSI so I've researching several zero-force keyboards, and I'd like to give Celluon's Laserkey CL800BT a try. However, neither their site nor Google lists any Linux drivers for this device. Maybe I'm a bit late but I just bought a CL850 which has both USB and BT.
I bought a Celluon CL850 Laser Keyboard and wanted to connect it to my MacBook Pro [Unibody 2009]. The keyboard uses USB HID and can therefore even be used in BIOS and Linux on my PC. That's why I tried it on my mac. When I connected the keyboard, the Keyboard Setup Assistant started. The assistant asked me to press the key immediately to the right of the shift key, as always. But it didn't recognize it.
Yes, I have tried it several times. Yes, I am sure that the keyboard recognized the keystroke, because it made a click sound. I also have tried to skip that step, but my mac did not recognize it. Do you have any ideas how to make it work? Marvin MacBook Pro Unibody, Mac OS X (10.6.4) Posted on Aug 23, 2010 2:05 PM.
Muv wrote: The problem is definitely not the keyboard. It uses USB-HID and that's why it 'should' be recognized by my mac.
Abc Software Issues. Please try to help me and not to tell me to seek somewhere else. From your description in your first post, the Mac is recognizing the Celluon CL850; however, everything I see at the manufacturer's web site & in the product manual says it requires installation of a manufacturer-supplied driver & setup application before it will work. This suggests it not designed to use a generic USB HID keyboard class driver, which is perfectly acceptable according to USB HID class specifications. Service Advisor Keygenguru. Since there is no driver or setup application software listed for Mac OS X at the site, & in fact neither the product manual nor the site makes any mention of the device supporting Mac OS X whatsoever, the only advice we can give you is to contact the manufacturer about the possibility of OS X support. Aug 24, 2010 3:02 AM. Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only.
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