Connect a USB mouse to an Apple II or early Macintosh with a 9-pin mouse port.Designed by Option8, LLC, Ships from United States of America
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USB Mouse to 9-pin interface This adapter allows you to connect a standard USB mouse to an older Apple computer with a 9-pin (pre-ADB) mouse port. It will work with the following machines: Apple I...Read More…
This adapter allows you to connect a standard USB mouse to an older Apple computer with a 9-pin (pre-ADB) mouse port.
It will work with the following machines:
The adapter should work with most USB mice that conform to the HID (Human Interface Device) standard, and don't require any driver on a typical PC or Mac to work. This includes wireless mice that use a small USB dongle.
Since each platform has different timing requirements, the interface firmware has a built-in configuration option. There are (currently) ten "modes" that can be selected. Clicking the right mouse button scrolls through them, one per click.
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