PS/2 connector - Computer Definition
A 6-pin Mini-DIN plug and socket used to connect a keyboard and mouse to a computer. First introduced on IBM's PS/2 desktop PC in 1987, the port was later used by everybody else, first on laptops, then on desktops. Subsequently, PS/2 connections were replaced with USB. See IBM PS/2.
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