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USB to ADB converter project

Posted on Friday, April 8th, 2016 in USB by DP

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Steve at Big Mess o’ Wires has been experimenting with USB to ADB converter.  He writes:

It’s time for a new progress report on my USB to ADB converter project! My goal is to design a simple PIC32 device that enables USB keyboards and mice to be used with vintage ADB-based Macintosh and Apple IIgs computers. You can read my earlier reports here: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. I don’t know when I’ve ever spent so much time investigating the feasibility of a project, without actually doing the project. Hopefully all this preparation will pay off.

More info at Big Mess o’ Wires project page.

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