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HP Omen X9000 Linux Support

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Hi HP Support,

 

Is the HP Omen X9000 compatible with Linux? It says on the product page that it supports Windows and MacOS but it does not have anything about MacOS there so I am thinking if it's plug and play with Linux, especially Ubuntu 16.04.

 

Thanks,

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Need information about the OS compatibility. Is that right?

 

Thank you for sharing the issue details. I would like to help you.

 

HP OMEN X9000 is a USB mouse which is most of the compatible with any OS provided if the OS has generic drivers for USB ports.

To use the full feature of the Mouse, you will need the OMEN Mouse controllers to configure the mouse buttons for specific functions.

I was able to check for any specific controller software and I found that the software available is only for Windows.

If the Mouse is used on Mac, it will work like a regular mouse but most of its features might not work as well.

 

Hope this helps. Let me know for more.

 

Happy posting.

 

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