Predominant standard for the interfaces of mice and keyboards since being developed by IBM.
a low speed interface used for mice and keyboards.
A port type developed by IBM for the purpose of connecting a keyboard or mouse to a PC. The PS/2 port has a mini DIN plug containing 6 pins. Often called the mouse port.
Interface standard for a mouse and keyboard.
is a wiring standard connector for computer peripheral devices developed by IBM.
A port used to connect either an external keyboard or mouse to your laptop. It can also be used to power other small external devices such as external hard drives.
standard port for connecting a keyboard or mouse.
Personal System/2] The port for attaching a keyboard or mouse. RAM [random-access memory] The primary temporary storage area for program instructions and data. Any information stored in RAM is lost when you turn off your computer.
Abbreviation for Personal System/2. RAM Acronym for random-access memory. The computer's primary temporary storage area for program instructions and data. Each location in RAM is identified by a number called a memory address. Any information stored in RAM is lost when you turn off your computer.
Personal System 2: an input device interface standardized by IBM usually used with mice or keyboards.
This is a PC made by IBM that can run OS/2 and DB/2. Of course, it can run anything a normal PC can run, but it's just a nifty IBM naming convention that...
A small connector found on a PC to connect a mouse or other PS/2 equipped component.
A port for a device, such as a keyboard or mouse, that is designed for simple installation and doesn't need a serial port connection.
The type of connector used to plug in mouse and keyboard on most modern PCs, now gradually being superseded by USB. PS/2 was originally the name of a PC from IBM with a number of innovative but non-standard features, including special connectors for mouse and keyboard. The PC didn't catch on particularly well, mainly because its unusual architecture meant that it could not accept standard expansion cards, but its mouse and keyboard connectors proved popular and were widely adopted. PS2 (without the /) is often used to refer to Sony's PlayStation 2, a popular games console.
Personal System 2 is an IBM technology.
personal system/2 — A type of connector for attaching a PS/2-compatible keyboard, mouse, or keypad.
A connection port in a computer for the mouse, keyboard and other devices which may require power. RAM or Random Access Memory
The name of a common keyboard and mouse connector, named after the IBM-brand computer which first used it; the Personal System 2. It has 6 pins, and is about the size of your pinky nail. Most machines which have them at all have two. Laptops are a notable exception.
1. a line of computers from IBM, successor to the PC. 2. half of a PS. See OS/2.
Personal System 2- IBM personal computer family (Hardware) (IBM)