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DEFINITION: A PS/2 connector is a round connector with six pins that some makes of personal computer use for the keyboard or mouse connection. There are two sizes, one with a diameter of about 1/4 inch and the other with a diameter of about 3/8 inch. The smaller size is more common, but adapters are available to convert one size to the other. In recent years, the Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector has largely  … 
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CONNECTORS DEFINITION (continued): … A PS/2 connector is a round connector with six pins that some makes of personal computer use for the keyboard or mouse connection. There are two sizes, one with a diameter of about 1/4 inch and the other with a diameter of about 3/8 inch. The smaller size is more common, but adapters are available to convert one size to the other. In recent years, the Universal Serial Bus (USB) connector has largely supplanted the PS/2 connector, especially for use with a mouse.The PS/2 connector was used in IBM's PS/2 line of personal computers and was widely adopted by other manufacturers.
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