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Keyspan USB PS/2 Adapter for Mac mini
Thursday June 2, 2005 12:28 PM EST

Keyspan announced it is now shipping its new USB PS/2 Adapter for use with the Mac mini. The USB PS/2 Adapter enables users to easily connect a PS/2 keyboard and PS/2 mouse to one of the Mac mini's USB ports. "We've done the little things that make this adapter special" noted Mike Ridenhour, president at Keyspan. "It features a power LED, dual color coded PS/2 connectors, and simple software that makes a PS/2 keyboard act like a Mac keyboard when connected to a Mac."

Even though driver software is not required, the included HID Helper software may be used to optimize the keyboard and mouse for use under Mac OS X. HID Helper functions include: Swap windows/alt keys; map media keys to the pull down menu of ITunes, QuickTime, DVD Player, and Safari; map volume/mute keys to OSX equivalents; map F12 to Eject, Map mouse right click to option-left click, and Map mouse middle/wheel to scroll up/down (page up/down). The Keyspan USB PS/2 Adapter retails for $19.99.

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