USB Keyboard Adapter (Was: Model M Key Cap Replacement)

Chris Halarewich halarewich at
Tue Jun 7 00:29:57 CDT 2016

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On 6/6/16, Todd George < at> wrote:
> Ed:
> I've used Soarer's Mod which is built around the excellent Teensy 2.0 or
> Teensy++ 2.0.  I've had great success on quite a few Model M keyboards with
> this mod.  You can do a very clean internal mount as well on certain Model
> M keyboards.
> Hope this helps!
> -Todd
> -----Original Message-----
> Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2016 12:51:17 -0400
> Subject: Re: Model M Key Cap Replacement
>> my real IBM clicky keyboard does not have usb  so I tried   various usb
>> adapters  and they could be  flaky,...
>> you would have to  start computer then have to unplug  and reinsert
>> keyboard connection etc...
>> anyone  have a solve  for this? thanks  Ed#

Chris Halarewich

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