Keyspan ships new USB PS/2 Adapter for PC and Macintosh

Keyspan is now shipping its new USB PS/2 Adapter. Supporting both PC and Macintosh computers, the USB PS/2 Adapter makes it easy to connect a PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse to a single USB port.

To retail at $19, Keyspan`s USB PS/2 Adapter solves a connectivity problem resulting from the lack of PS/2 ports on most new PC laptops and desktops, and Apples new Mac mini ships without a keyboard or mouse.

On Windows there is no software to install. Users simply plug in the adapter to a USB port on the PC then plug the keyboard and mouse into the color -coded connectors on the adapter. For Macintosh users, a software utility is provided that re -maps the PS/2 keyboard and mouse for optimal use on a Mac.

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