PS/2 to USB Converter
Model: UPCON
Brand: Chester Creek Technologies, Inc.

$9.95
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PS/2 to USB Converter

Convert a PS/2 signal to USB

Computers have various types of ports: ports for connecting keyboards, printers, mice and other equipment. So what happens when you need a PS/2 connection but only have a USB port?

By simply attaching this terrific converter from Chester Creek Technologies™, you can use a USB port as a standard PS/2 port. It is not only an adapter. It actually converts the PS/2 signal to USB.  This will come in handy if your mouse or keyboard only offers a PS/2 connector, or if you own a newer PC or Mac computer that doesn’t have a PS/2 port.

Specifications:

  • Size: 7.5" x .75"
  • Compatibility: Windows 98SE and newer MAC OS 10.1.5 and newer
  • Safety: FCC CE Approved
  • Warranty: Limited Lifetime
  • Mac compatible

 

 

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PS/2 to USB Converter reviews

Global Rating: 4.83 from 6 reviews

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Great Service! May 14, 2012 Cindy Bonewitz Oklahoma City OK US
Great product at a reasonable price. Tried to order same type of device from Office Depot along with our regular office supplies order--Out of Stock.... more...
Just what I needed, Plus Nov 7, 2011 Marty Woodstock IL US
I needed to use a bar code reader on my new laptop that only had USB and no PS/2. The bar code company told me I need to buy a $100 cable. So I bought this... more...
great service Apr 11, 2011 James Willoughby Charlotte NC US
I found for a cheaper price on Amazon but I ordered anyway hoping for faster service. The item was delivered within 3 days. It is a handy way to connect your... more...
PS/2 to USB Converter Mar 15, 2011 Anonymous US
Excellent and fast delivery! more...
Converter Jul 7, 2010 James Turnipseed Robertsdale Al US
Works as advertised. Now I wish I could a converter that will work from USB to PS/2 so I can go back to my USB keyboard on my KVM switch. more...

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