USB To PS 2 Adapters
The Personal System 2 computers were a line of computers introduced by IBM in 1987. They incorporated a new type of serial port, called the PS2 port. Most personal computers at this time, whether made by IBM or not, came equipped with at least one, and more often two, PS2 ports. These ports are generally used to connect keyboards and mice.
Some computers--especially laptops--have begun phasing out the PS2 ports for various reasons. However, since PS2-only devices are still on the market, users of these non-PS2-equipped machines may occasionally find themselves at a little bit of a disadvantage. However, using a USB to PS2 adapter, they can change their USB port into a PS2 compatible station that can easily exchange information with PS2 devices.
Here at Byte Runner Technologies, we stock many such USB to PS2 adapters. These devices--like the UC451--are easy to install and require no extra software or hardware, or even an external power adapter. They conform to USB specifications, and support any one of the many different operating systems used by today's PCs.
Although PS2 adapters are useful, they certainly aren't the only adapters that we stock here at Byte Runner Technologies. We also sell many different types of USB and VGA splitters, as well as docking stations, firewire adapters, and other such technologies. Our low prices are among the best in the business, and our same-day delivery is an excellent perk for those time-conscious consumers.