Building an Early Macintosh Keyboard Adapter

If you have one of the early Macintosh computers in the 128K, the 512K or the Plus series and are missing a keyboard, then this video from Mac84 also known as Steve Matarazzo takes you through the building process of creating an adapter for a PS/2 type keyboard to be able to connect to the older Macs.

This original series of Macintosh computers used RJ-45’s or phone cable type connectors and the keyboards are not very prevalent. Now, you no longer have to worry about that.

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