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Griffin iMate

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 […]

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Here’s your typical cheap-o IDE to USB-Adapter, bought off eBay. I strongly recommend not using these, because they’re badly produced, fall apart quite easily and are very likely to screw up your data transfer. And they don’t even look good! Nevertheless, a must-feature here.

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