--- Stephen Chace <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Can the new mini take older ADB peripherals?  I
> still have a 6360 with a 
> nice monitor and keyboard.  Might be time for an
> upgrade.

There are USB to ADB adaptors, but I dunno about the
compatability of peripherals other than keyboards
and mice. With "classic" Mac OS, they work with nearly
all ADB devices.

These USB to ADB adaptors will also work to some
extent with a PC, but only keyboards are fully
functional. I don't have any multi-button ADB mice
to try, but I suspect that all the buttons would
work as the Left button or only one button would
work on a PC. If someone would get off their arse
and write drivers, a whole host of nifty ADB
peripherals could be used on a PC with one of those
adaptors! (Like the Microsoft ADB Sidewinder 3D Pro

It will be total Fandemonium!
August (Fri) 5th, (Sat) 6th & (Sun) 7th, 2005

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