Limmy wrote:How does some USB keyboards work as PS/2 boards by putting on a small adapter? Are such keyboards designed to work that way?
*Answer to my question above: it seems to be the case because USB to PS/2 dongles are just rewiring with out any signal processing. See Human interface devices (HIDs) section in http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Universal_Serial_Bus
I heard Teensy is a computer that an process signals/data, is processing USB keyboard signal complicated? After all, it is couple of bytes sent over cable right?
Soarer wrote:Looks good!
Not sure how good the Arduino Uno client USB port is... presumably OK?
Soarer wrote:x?! The good bit is the 7!!!
AT90USB647 would be fine too, but seems even more rare than the '1287.
Maarten wrote:Erm... the 7 is the host mode right?
But isnt the 1287 what youd find on the teensy++? AT90USB647 is what most USB Tipros run so if you posted a wtb here on the forum i bet you could find one pretty easy (no sorry you cant has mine lol)
PrinsValium wrote:To be fair and correct I haven't done it myself but it's not too complicated adding a regulator to the Teensys.
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