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The following devices can't be easily cataloged on h-node because it is not possible to retrieve some mandatory information, for exaple the vendorid:productid code.

HP LaserJet 1100
  • vendor: Hewlett Packard
  • subtype: laser
  • VendorID:ProductID code: unknown
  • year of commercialization: not-specified
  • tested on: Trisquel 4.0 Taranis,Trisquel 4.5 Slaine,Trisquel 5.0 Dagda
  • tested with the following kernel libre: 2.6.38-13
  • compatibility with free software: A-Full
  • does it adopt any techniques to track users? not-specified
  • free driver used: 1.4.6-5ubuntu1.4
Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300)
  • vendor: Samsung
  • Type: Smartphone
  • VendorID:ProductID code: unknown
  • year of commercialization: 2012
  • tested on: Replicant 4.2 002
  • tested with the following kernel libre: 3.0.64-replicant
  • compatibility with free software: C-Bronze
Wireless mouse
model : 0x0516
  • possible other names of the device: aqprox appWMLITE
  • vendor: Promotion & Display Technology, Ltd
  • Type: wireless mouse
  • VendorID:ProductID code: 0d8d:0516
  • year of commercialization: unknow
  • interface: usb
  • tested on: Debian 7 (stable)
  • tested with the following kernel libre: 3.2.0-4-amd64
  • compatibility with free software: A-Gold
  • free driver used: usbhid
Presentation Remote
model: Logitech R400 Laser Presentation Remote
  • with storable usb-receiver
  • 15m wireless range for medium sized rooms
  • with red laser pointer
  • comes with no software, no software needed to download
  • tested on Trisquel 7
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