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ADB(Apple Desktop Bus) A low-speed serial interface for connecting keyboards, mice and other input devices to Apple IIgs and Macintosh computers. Starting with the iMac in 1998, the ADB was superseded by USB.
|Apple Desktop Bus Connector|
|ADB plugs and sockets looked a lot like PS/2 connectors but used a different pin configuration.|
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The C600/240 also has Internal and External Fast SCSI-2, along with two serial ports and one external Apple Desktop Bus
Integral Fast SCSI-2 internal and standard SCSI external is included, along with two serial ports and two Apple Desktop Bus
(ADB) interconnects for a keyboard and another ADB device.
Interfaces include one Apple Desktop Bus
port for keyboard and mouse, two RS-232/RS-422 serial ports, front and rear audio output ports, and one sound input port.