In computing, 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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  • 6 pin mini-DIN male (PS/2 STYLE)
    Dual PS/2 (Keyb+Mouse) 
  • 6 pin mini-DIN female (PS/2 STYLE)
    Keyboard PS/2 Very common connector. The PS/2 keyboard interface electronically identical to the long-established AT interface, but the cable connector is a 6-pin mini-DIN interface.
  • 6 pin mini-DIN female (PS/2 STYLE)
    Mouse (PS/2) PS2 ports use synchronous serial signals to communicate between computer and keyboard or mouse
  • 6 pin mini-DIN female (PS/2 STYLE)
    Mouse (PS/2) connector and Keyboard (PS/2) PromPC connector Mouse (PS/2) connector and Keyboard (PS/2) connector for PromPC(KVM, PICMG, Advantech, ACME Portable, AAEON)
  • 15 pin D-SUB female
    PC Gameport (Joystick) 
  • 15 pin D-SUB female
    PC Gameport+MIDI The game port is the traditional connection for video game input devices on an x86-based PCs. The game port is usually integrated with a PC I/O or sound card, either ISA or PCI, or as an on-board feature of some motherboards.

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