Most USB devices that are self-powered, or draw 100mA or less current from the USB bus should be compatible with usb8x. Below is a list of device classes and specific devices that have been tested. Devices that require isochronous endpoints or have an integrated USB hub are not currently compatible.
These devices work and usb8x contains an internal driver to control them.
- HID Keyboard. Tested with:
- IBM RapidAccessII with provided USB adapter
- HID Mouse. Tested with:
- Microsoft USB Optical Mouse
- General Electric Mini Laptop Mouse
- Mass Storage Device. Tested with:
- Memorex TravelDrive
- Sandisk Cruzer
- Lexar JumpDrive/Secure
- SMI Corp USB Disk
- 512 Mini Disk Genie
- 16GB ativa Flash Drive (?)
- VuGo device
- PQI Intelligent Stick
- Dazzle Zio All in 1 Reader (required external power supply)
- Most U3devices if password protection is disabled
- TI Silverlink
- Some gamepad controllers. Tested with:
- Vernier EasyTemp
These devices work and an external driver exists to control them.
Works, No Complete Driver
These devices have been tested to work with usb8x, but no complete driver currently exists.
- EMS HID Playstation 2 controller adapter
- HID Mouse/Keyboard Combo (I (84plusfreak) am writing a driver for it.)
These devices have been tested to properly initialize with usb8x, but no drivers have been attempted.
- Canon i850 printer
- Canon SD400 digital camera
- Motorola SURFboard cable modem
- Motorola V220 (can act as USB Modem)
- TI-84 Plus (calc<->calc)
- Generic IrDA USB dongle (says it draws 440 mA, but initializes fine anyway (because it only draws up to 100mA until configured))
These devices are not compatible with usb8x.
- Ezonics webcam - isochronous endpoints
- Netgear WG111 802.11 adapter - draws too much current?
- SMC 802.11b adapter - draws too much current
- Taurus MBT-1203 bluetooth adapter - has integrated hub
- PNY Attache 1GB USB flash drive - NAKs on all but "request sense" and inquiry commands
- PSP acting as a mass storage device - IDK why
- Most things which require you to press a button to use it as a USB MSD after connecting it to a computer, for example Casio Prizm - Timeout exceeds