The docs are open and AFAIK the USB patent situation is actually quite good.
If they make their devices compliant with USB HID specs, then they do not have to write drivers and it will work with any OS which has USB HID drivers. Having dozens of keyboard, mice and game controller drivers because every vendor just does its own thing is not good. USB device classes were invented for a reason, use them.The exact problem with keyboards is for example their G-15, tested here on phoronix. Pay attention to word "community spawned". Now compare to when company itself not even publish the specs, but works together with community for opensource software, without difference be it windows, linux, mac or wherever you port it to.
I made the easyshift+middle button emmit the play/pause signal and easyshift+right click next track, so I can now control amarok very easily while gaming. Nifty. So from my experience I can only recommend roccat-mice.
As a thank you for there support I moved all the Roccat products we sell to a nicer position in our web store
Seems that I've found a new place to by my mice and keyboards!
Just discovered this and it's great! Roccat should really try to get on board as the definitive gaming peripheral manufacturer for Linux now that Steam is coming out.
Too bad it's a rubber dome keyboard.
Last edited by Jarrod558; 01-16-2013 at 09:35 PM.
Well that just sayes "no changes what so ever", witch is not a bad thing, but also not news...