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PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse to USB Converter Adapter, Black
Use your legacy PS/2 keyboards and mice with modern USB, equipped systems using this PS/2 Keyboard/Mouse to USB Converter Adapter from Monoprice!
This adapter cable allows you to connect a PS/2 keyboard and/or PS/2 mouse to any USB equipped PC. This can be particularly useful if you have a specialty keyboard or mouse device and a PC without PS/2 ports. It is also useful in a KVM (keyboard/video/mouse) extender situation, allowing PS/2 keyboards/mice to be used with USB KVMs.
No software or special drivers are required. Just plug it in and it works!
See? All you needed to know. That said: it was easy to open the package, installed straightaway as a USB HID (so no additional drivers required), and has proven flawless in operation. Highly recommended.
PROS: Works with IBM Model M - all of them including M13
Works with lesser keyboards too, but who cares?
Works with any system you throw it at, no drivers needed
Holy crap look at that price!
CONS: Could do with a stronger flex boot on the USB side I suppose
PROS: It serves its intended purpose
PROS: Within my budget, plug-n-play, super fast processing and delivery!
CONS: Should have bought 2, should always have one in the chamber.
PROS: Item was inexpensive and worked to my satisfaction. Shipping was quick. And it arrived quickly.
CONS: No cons.
Mouse port works great as well.
I will now be connecting my track ball mouse too to achieve total ergonomic comfort.
PROS: Fully functional USB connectivity
Adds USB connectivity for all of you PS/2 devices.
Nice physical design.
CONS: When unplugging a keyboard and re attaching it, you must unplug the USB dongle and reconnect it to the computer for the keyboard to be recognized (may be a legacy PS/2 issue).
CONS: Noe so far.
PROS: They just work. Great price.
PROS: low price.
PROS: Connects PS/2 devices to USB as advertised- no software installation required- works out of the blister pack. 1/3 to 1/4 the price of what the local Staples store charges!
CONS: Weren't free??? )