Definitely USB for me. right now I have 5 things plugged into my various USB ports: mouse, printer, wheel, mp3 player, camera.
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I'd have to go with USB as the mnost used port:
USB mouse (with blue kight up scroll wheel)
USB to parallel adapter to Laserjet 4
USB to parallel adapter to inkjet printer
USB photo printer
USB cable for digital camera
USB for pocket cam
USB internal 6-in-1 memory card reader
USB to SCSI adapter
USB light (for late night surfing when I don't want to light up the whole room)
2x external firewire 160GB hard drives
12 year old AT keyboard with AT to PS/2 adapter (no modern keyboard has the same feel as my old keyboard)
PS/2, without doubt. I type more than I print, so the USB looses.
I forgot to add:
USB joypad (looks like PSX)
and 2 USB hubs to handle all those USB devices I have!
USB, by a wide margin since my video capture device is on USB, and so is my mouse.
Originally Posted by SaSi
Originally Posted by ofbarea
Ah yes, the old IBM Model M buckling-spring keyboard! It is a true gem. I have and use 2 of them from 1987 and still going strong; and I thought I was the only one left in the world hooked on them. It will be a very sad day for me when the PS/2 connectors no longer appear on motherboards. Have you noticed the slow disappearence of parallel and serial ports? I'm guessing that the PS/2 connectors are next to go. How anyone can use these new "dead" keyboards sold today is beyond my comprehension.If you don't have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?