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    PS2 to USB converters: Breathing new life into old peripherals Review
    Author: Lorenzo Outar aka Renz
    Date Posted: November 13, 2003
    Kingwin UPS2C - SLRating: SLRating: 4/10
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    Pi Engineering Y-mouse - SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: Whats the best way to have a PS2 keyboard and/or mouse converted to USB? We tested 3 products to find out and found a great way to convert existing PS2 devices to USB. If price is a big consideration then you may be better off with a new keyboard and mouse, read on to find out more......

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    My plan was to add another machine to my network and use a KVM switch to switch between them. The complication was I wanted to stick with my USB mouse and most KVM switches only use either PS2 or USB. I could always use the converter that came with the mouse and use it as a PS2 device but that would mean having to use a refresh rate accelerator to boost the response time as the smooth scrolling and instantaneous response times of USB spoilt me.

    So in all my wisdom I decided to opt for the USB KVM switch, figuring that it would be easier to get a converter for the keyboard and leave the mouse USB. Did I mention I didn't want to change the keyboard since I like the split/natural design?

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