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Working from Home: All the tech you need for your home office     Click Here Replacement USB to PS/2 Keyboard Adaptor

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Manufacturer Code: GC46FMKEY
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Do you need to use your USB keyboard in a PS/2 port? Keep your keyboard and convert the connector to meet your needs with this keyboard Adaptor.



Connector Type 1 x DIN 6 (Male) 1 x USB A (Female)


Warranty Lifetime Warranty


Form Factor Cable Accessories
Weight 0.02 kg

Key Features

Cable Length 0 m
Cable Connection PS/2 to USB
Cable Type USB1.1

Item Details

Manufacturer Code GC46FMKEY
UPC 065030812696
Condition New

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Warranty Lifetime Warranty

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer Code GC46FMKEY
Questions and Answers

Do you have you a question about the Replacement USB to PS/2 Keyboard Adaptor?

Q: Hi, Will this adaptor work for my Ducky 9008 G2? Thanks, Stuart
Answer by Dan on 28th February 2014
As long as it came with one originally then it should be fine. -Danlevan
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Answer by Website User on 3rd March 2014
It didn't have one originally, but that means I can rarely get into the bios using the keyboard so still need to have a ps/2 keyboard handy!
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Answer by Dan on 3rd March 2014
This may not work then, as the keyboard may be unable to communicate with the PS/2 port due to it functioning differently that a USB port. If it does not ship with a PS/2 adaptor then it may lack the internal circuitry for the connection. -Danlevan
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