4D product information for
SmallyMouse2 USB mouse interface for Commodore Amiga computers
- Product Title: SmallyMouse2 USB mouse interface for Commodore Amiga computers
- Manufacturer/Publisher: Simon Inns/4D
- Stock Code: SIM-SM2-AMIGA
- QuickCode: 20239
- Format: Hardware
- Product Group: Mice & Trackerballs
- Condition: New
- Availability: Usually available from stock
USB mouse interface for the Commodore Amiga range of computers.
Use almost any USB mouse or trackerball with your Commodore Amiga computer.
SmallyMouse2 is a universal USB to quadrature mouse adapter allows the use of USB mice.
Unlike most existing mouse adapters, SmallyMouse2 implements a USB compatible interface (most other adaptors are PS/2 based) this allows the use of any modern mice including those that use wireless communications. The scroll wheel, if fitted to your mouse, acts as the menu button. Scrolling with the scroll wheel is not supported by the Amiga.
Cased with cable suitable for the Commodore Amiga range
Cable length: 25cm (approx., including plug)
SmallyMouse2 was designed by Simon Inns and is open source.
More details, source code and designs are available from: Simon's website or our own web page
- Price: £49.00 no VAT to pay!
- Free UK delivery on orders of £10 or more! (exceptions apply)
Over 500 cables and adaptors stocked!
Most orders of less than £10 will incur a £3 admin charge.
Items on special offer are while stocks last and may be time limited.
Items marked S/H are secondhand and have a 3 month warranty
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UK delivery included on orders of £10 or more (exceptions apply), please ask for overseas delivery cost.
Please check for compatibility. Official orders welcome. E&OE
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Last updated: Sat, 25 May 2019