Hardware Compatibility

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Official Information

An official list of supported hardware is available at the MorphOS homepage and a list of complete computer setups based on the official information is available here.

User Provided Reports

This is a list of hardware compatibility reported by users. It isn't, by any means, a complete list of hardware compatibility, but just individual findings by users that may contain user errors or obsolete information. Please report your findings in this thread at MorphZone, or request an account to the MorphOS Library so you can edit the list yourself.

Note: This list will only be as complete and comprehensive if you, a MorphOS user, report the hardware you have used in conjunction with MorphOS successfully, or unsuccessfully, for it to be included for others to gain the benefit from, and if necessary, possible and/or realistic, for further testing to be undertaken to establish if the hardware can be made functional for all users to enjoy with MorphOS.

This is as much your list, as it is also part of your Official MorphOS Library. Where possible the lists will be maintained in alphabetical order (A-Z), but if you find any errors please let us know so correction(s) can be made.

Game Controllers

USB DeviceUSB driverOSComments
8-bitdo SFC30 Pro Controllerhid3.11
Logitech Rumble Pad wired (USB2)hid3.11
OnyxSoft JoyDivision DB9-USB adapterhid3.13Connect an Atari style joystick to USB
Retronic Design DB9-USB adapterhid3.13Connect an Atari style joystick to USB
Saitek P380 Dual Analog wired (USB2)hid3.11
Sony Dualshock 3 (PS3)--not supported
Sony Dualshock 4 (PS4)xbox3603.10
Speedlink Competition Pro USBhid3.11
Speedlink Xeox Gamepadhid3.11
Thrustmaster 360 Modena Pro Racing Wheelhid3.11needs some setup for the ranges from the Poseidon prefs
Xbox 360 wired and wireless padsxbox3603.11wireless supported via PC adapter
Xbox One gamepadxbox3603.11wired only

Keyboards

ModelOSComments
Apple A1016 Wireless BlueTooth3.10
Apple Magic Keyboard (Version 1)3.13
Cool Master MS210/MK1103.13No software needed for full RGB control and Fn multimedia keys do work out of the box
Ducky Zero Keyboard DK2108SZ3.10
Logitech UltraX Premium3.10
Microsoft Wired Keyboard 6003.13Model X880609-600
Rapoo E6300 Ultra-Slim BT keyboard for iPad3.11
Rapoo E9050 Wireless Compact Ultra-Slim Keyboard3.11
Rapoo E2710 Wireless Nano-USB Keyboard3.11

① requires a machine which supports paired BT input devices, like Mac mini

Mice

ModelOSComments
A-Eon Technology MX-1000-13.13
Logitech M1803.11
Logitech M1853.10
Logitech T-RB22 Wireless Trackball3.11
Logitech G2033.10No software control over RGB, DPI
Labtec Optical Mouse 8003.10
MicroSoft Trackball Explorer v1.03.11PS2>USB adapter required
Sharkoon Skiller SGM23.13No software needed for RGB and DPI settings, side buttons don't work
Targus AMU3102EU3.10

Printers

ModelOSTurboPrint (Printer) driverPostScript (Printers) driverComments
HP 2500 Color LaserJet3.11HP2500_6.PPDDE, ES, FR, IT
Konica Minolta Magicolor 46503.11M4650PX.ppd
Lexmark E342n3.11HP_LaserJet5seriesLexmark_E342n_en.PPD
Xerox 3225 Workcentre3.11Reported to work with PS

Scanners

ModelOSComments
Epson Perfection 1640SU3.11Including recent support for its ADF (Automatic Document Feeder).

USB Audio Devices

DeviceOSOutputInputComments
"3D Sound" USB sound card3.10OKNo
ANTTUS Gaming USB Bluetooth Adapter3.11OKUntested
Avantree Leaf BT 4.1 adapter3.11OKUntested
C-Media soundcard3.11OKUntesteddistorted output
FX-Audio- DAC-X33.12OKN/A
Griffin iMic3.11OKUntesteddistorted output
Sound Blaster X-Fi3.11OKUntestedonly front Output tested
Steelseries Arctis 7 headset3.13OKNo
TerraTec 195448 Aureon Dual USB3.11OKUntested
Turtle Beach Stealth 520 headset3.13OKNo