Startech USB to PS2 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter

MX4927 USB to PS2 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter
MX4927 USB to PS2 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter MX4927 USB to PS2 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter MX4927 USB to PS2 Keyboard and Mouse Adapter

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Average Rating: 3.8 / 5 With 4 Customer Reviews

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Friday, July 26, 2013
By: Greg
From: Vancouver

Works great!

Strengths:

Plugged it in; Windows 7 instantly recognised it and loaded up the drivers, and I was finally able to use my wonderful Belkin split and angled keyboard (which I like for reducing stress on my wrists) with my USB-only Intel desktop motherboard. Thanks, StarTech, and thanks to Memory Express for having it in stock and selling it for less than MSRP.

Weaknesses:

Not really a weakness, but for the price of this adapter, you can buy a cheap USB keyboard and a cheap USB mouse, if you don't have a keyboard preference like myself.

Additional Comments:

Buy this if you have a PS/2 keyboard that you want to use on a motherboard that does not have PS2 ports.
Sunday, July 21, 2013
By: Trever
From: Calgary

This adaptor + IBM Model M P/N 1391401 Clicky keyboard + Mac Book Pro = works

Monday, July 07, 2008
By: Lee
From: Calgary

Couldn't get them to work

Strengths:

None

Weaknesses:

Couldn't get them to work, bught two, no luck with either.

Additional Comments:

Used Micro Innovations USB630A before purchasing these startech paperweights. Needless to say i am still using the MI product
Sunday, October 28, 2007
By: A. Townsend
From: Edmonton

Excellent way to use ps/2 mouse and kb with laptop

Strengths:

This device is automatically recognized by Windows XP. Plugging a mouse and a keyboard into it allows you to use them with notebooks only having usb inputs. No drivers are required.

Additional Comments:

Excellent way to use ps/2 mouse and kb with laptop
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