Connect a 9-pin Apple II, Lisa, or early Macintosh mouse to a modern computer with USB.Designed by Option8, LLC, Ships from United States of America
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This adapter will connect any 9-pin Apple mouse to your modern computer via USB. Built on the Adafruit Trinket Pro, it turns any pre-ADB Apple mouse into a standard USB mouse compatible with Mac, P...Read More…
Built on the Adafruit Trinket Pro, it turns any pre-ADB Apple mouse into a standard USB mouse compatible with Mac, PC or Linux, with no drivers to install. Apple mouse models this is compatible with include:
The firmware on the board includes speed-adaptive acceleration, meaning tracking speed will increase as you move the mouse faster. Small movements are more precise, but you can quickly scroll from one screen to another with a few quick motions. The amount of the acceleration is adjustable with the built-in trim pot.
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Adam | July 3, 2017
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Apple II enthusiast, self-taught maker and hardware hacker.