Linux and Supported USB devices

Following post describes supported categories of USB devices with Linux kernel (_note_ : its all as per my understanding, may be wrong)
1)  Audio
2)  Video
3)  HID
Reference’s : http://www.frogmouth.net/hid-doco/linux-hid.html

4)  Serial ( tty and Modem )

5)  Mass-Storage

6) Camera

Reference’s: USB and digital still cameras

7) Printer and Scanners

8)  Network over USB

9)  Wireless

10)

As per Specification: USB Device Classes

00 (Defined at Interface level)
01 Audio
02 Communications
03 Human Interface Device
05 Physical Interface Device
06 Imaging
07 Printer
08 Mass Storage
09 Hub
0a CDC Data
0b Chip/SmartCard
0d Content Security
0e Video
dc Diagnostic
e0 Wireless
ef Miscellaneous Device
fe Application Specific Interface
ff Vendor Specific Class
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