What is a human interface device
HID (human interface device) class devices (for human interaction), was developed and generalized in order to get the user to connect a variety of devices without the need to install additional software.
The HID class consists of keyboard, mouse, and other devices.
It is understood that if the device is a HID Compatible connect it to the main device supports HID, it will automatically be identified and plugged. As an example of Panasonic TVs support the HID device to your TV, you can connect a keyboard or wireless mouse but they should also support HID profile.
This class was originally coined for the USB drivers but then was also distributed on the Bluetooth device.
At first, many manufacturers produced various devices that were supported only by certain devices. For example, you can recall Samsung TVs that only supported Samsung keyboards for TVs. Samsung sold such keyboards for $ 60-80. But other manufacturers made televisions with support for HID devices, which made them more attractive for purchase. As a result, Samsung abandoned this practice.