What Is a USB Composite Device?

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A USB composite device refers to a single gadget that has the capability of providing multiple functions, for instance a combined keyboard and mouse machine. The devices will typically need a driver for full functionality.
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This device isn't supposed to need any drivers or other software under Windows XP (or Vista). These operating systems are sophisticated enough to recognize more than one "composite
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