This gem was distributed with an early version of the iPod. Intended for non-Mac users probably, as I cannot remember any model with a 4-pin socket.
A very expensive adapter that has served me for years … and fortunately doesn’t any more (I kinda dislike VGA signals, btw). But the product name certainly is nice, as well as imagining a certain “Dr. Bott” inventing one adapter after the other. His degree — in which science, btw? This one – though being […]
It’s most likely that a lot of people will start yawning by now, as this one’s just too normal … but it’s a nice one, actually. Ladies and gentlemen: the DVI to VGA Adapter – Apple flavor.
Another vintage Apple adapter: converts Mini-VGA (available for iBook, eMac, or iMac G5) to S-Video and/or composite video output. I suppose this is one of the most scarcely seen Apple adapters of that particular style.
This is an adapter of the early 2000’s: the Griffin iMate. When Apple finally decided to switch from Apple Desktop Bus aka ADB to USB for input devices, many users were confronted with having incompatible keyboards – the iMate could resolve this issue. (Btw: I love proprietary interfaces … opportunity for many adapters to be […]
Here’s an adapter for Macintosh desktop computers up to the G3 (until 1999): DA-15 to VGA (commonly referred to as DB-15 to VGA) – used to connect the computer to common CRT screens. BTW — I’m very happy that Apple has overhauled its adapter design in the years thereafter …