Thanks to RetroConnector customer Todd for sending this shot in. Yes, the M0100 USB adapter works with all sorts of 9-pin Apple mice, including the original Lisa mouse.
I love to see customer “action shots” so if you have one to share, post it!
Fun post about all the small computer options for building a mini Mac museum of your own, at http://vintagemacmuseum.com/the-miniature-mac-museum/
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I’ve finally found a satisfactory replacement part for the Circuits @ Home USB host board I have been using on my Joystick and Keyboard Interface products. Once I have a batch in hand, I will update the stock on my Tindie site, and they will be available for purchase.
In the meantime, if you’re interested in connecting a USB keyboard or joystick/gamepad to your Apple II, go to https://www.tindie.com/products/option8/retroconnector-joystick-interface-for-apple-ii/ and join the waitlist.
In which I break out a logic probe and make a variety of beep beep noises, as well as covering some basics on the IIgs.
A short How II today – about removing the Apple logos and badges from old hardware.