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    hunterk If you're wanting to use a very old keyboard, such as an IBM Model M, everyone used to recommend the "blue cube" but that one doesn't seem to exist anymore. This one appears to be the new hotness: https://www.amazon.com/HENGSHENG-Adapter-Keyboard-Mouse-Converter/dp/B016BE8BGI/
    CaptainJistuce There's a difference? I thought they were all the same boring OEM part, rebranded.
    Nicholas Steel A few years ago there was a really, really popular brand of this device and for the life of me I can't recall what it was, everywhere would suggest getting it though.
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      you need to wake up michael