An input device is a peripheral (piece of computer hardware equipment) used to provide data and control signals to an information processing system such as a computer or information appliance. Examples of input devices include keyboards, mice, scanners, digital cameras and joysticks.

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  • 25 pin D-SUB female
    Belkin OmniView MATRIX2 Series KVM Switch (F1DM208T, F1DM216T) Building Scheme for Belkin KVM Cables F1D9300-XX (PS/2 Style) and F1D9301-XX (USB Style)
  • 25 pin D-SUB female
    Black Box Servselect KVM switch cable 
  • 6 pin mini-DIN female (PS/2 STYLE)
    DIN to Mini-DIN Keyboard adapter This adapter will enable you to use a keyboard with a 6 pin Mini-DIN connector to a old computers with a 5 pin DIN connector
  • 26 pin hi-density D-SUB
    HP AF612A KVM switch cable 
  • 9 pin D-SUB female
    Kensington Expert Mouse serial cable Computer serial cable for the Kensington Expert Mouse trackball
  • 6 pin mini-DIN female (PS/2 STYLE)
    Mini-DIN to DIN Keyboard adapter This adapter will enable you to use a keyboard with a 6 pin Mini-DIN connector to a computer with a 5 pin DIN connector
  • 15 pin D-SUB male
    PC 2 joysticks adapter This adapter will make it possible to connect 1 extra joystick to the PC. The gameport contains pins for two joysticks but you will need this adapter to be able to connect two joysticks to one connector
  • 6 pin mini-DIN male (PS/2 STYLE)
    PS/2 Keyboard (Gateway) Y adapter This adapter will enable you to use a keyboard and mouse at the same time. For Gateway computer, may work with other computers
  • 6 pin mini-DIN male (PS/2 STYLE)
    PS/2 Keyboard (IBM Thinkpad) Y adapter This adapter will enable you to use a keyboard and mouse at the same time. For IBM Thinkpad computer, may work with other computers
  • 6 pin mini-DIN male (PS/2 STYLE)
    PS/2 to Serial Mouse adapter This adapter will enable you to use a mouse with a 6 pin Mini-DIN (PS/2) connector to a computer with a 9 pin D-SUB (Serial) connector. This requires that the mouse handles both protocols. A mouse like this is sometimes referred to as a combo-mouse.
  • 6 pin mini-DIN male (PS/2 STYLE)
    PS/2 Y Mouse and Keyboard adapter This adapter will enable you to use a keyboard and mouse at the same time.
  • 9 pin D-SUB male
    Serial to PS/2 Mouse adapter This adapter will enable you to use a mouse with a 9 pin D-SUB (Serial) connector to a computer with a 6 pin Mini-DIN (PS/2) connector. This requires that the mouse handles both protocols. A mouse like this is sometimes referred to as a combo-mouse.
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB male
    Slim KVM Cable PC Connector: 15 pin HD D-SUB & 2x PS/2 Console Connector: 3-in-1 SPHD (Keyboard/Mouse/Video) Compatible with Defender UKA(V)-228SK USB/PS2 2-Port KVM Switch
  • 15 pin highdensity D-SUB male
    TRENDnet TK-210K, Avocent SwitchView MM1\MM2 KVM cable Pinout of KVM cable for TRENDnet TK-210K (AVOCENT SwitchView MM1 end MM2)
  • 4 pin USB A plug
    USB to PS/2 mouse or keyboard adapter Connecting USB-mouse to PS/2 connector of computer. It works only with device which supports both interfaces (USB & PS/2).

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