Originally Posted by Jazz Ad
Painless process. The interface detects everything quickly. Unless you're very peculiar with settings, SetPoint isn't really needed and is basically a ressource hog.
If you mean that you simply plug the USB receiver in, and it simply works, that's true.
But individual devices sold individually, are paired to individual receivers when purchased separately (I believe),
and will only work with the receivers that they were paired with.
You would have a major problem if that wasn't the case, and you tried to use several keyboards and mouses
on several different computers in a small area.
(for those not familiar, these are wireless devices)
The "SetPoint" software is required to setup a single receiver to respond to more than one device.
Now, does the SetPoint software actually have to remain in operation? I was assuming that it only runs once,
to set the receiver to the new devices, and the changes are made in the receiver hardware.