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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  • 9 pin D-SUB male
    Atari-style joystick to PC joystick adapter 
  • 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
  • 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.

Elpina pinouts

obsolete computers pinouts

  • 9 pin D-SUB male
    Amiga 4 joysticks adapter This adapter will make it possible to connect 2 extra joysticks to the Amiga. This requires that the game is aware of this Multi-Joystick Extender in order to use it. The adapter is connected to the parallelport of the Amiga

 
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