Does the micro-USB port in the HP omni 10 support dongles, etc.?

Discussion in 'Hewlett Packard' started by FroZebra, Nov 18, 2013.

  1. FroZebra

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    The only thing keeping me from buying the HP Omni 10 is the lack of a full sized USB port. I want to be able to plug in my FreedomPop dongle for data anywhere, and I want to be able to plug in my xbox controller wireless receiver. Maybe a mouse or a keyboard.

    I was wondering if these devices could be used using a USB OTG cable on the omni 10, or is it a lost cause?
     
  2. Moyado

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    I'm interesed on this too , also I'm not sure if there is any usb keyboard to attach and use it like a real laptop .
     
  3. diomorgan

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    microusb is for otg only, no poer charge throught that.
    please notice that every spec shheet report flash led on back camera, but flash led actually don't exist...
     
  4. stevoinbox

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    I successfully used a usb keyboard a mouse and a flashdrive using a OTG cable. (although not at the same time :))
     
  5. Ytterbium

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    I used my Fitness Dongles and Xbox controller.
     
  6. lostidentity

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    wired 360 controller, mouse, keyboard, it has worked with everything I have thrown at it. unless its a device that requires a lot of power i think you will be ok
     
  7. rockhunter

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    Use OTG adapter and regular powered USB Hub - its a PC.
     
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