Yeah. I tracked down like the only 2.4ghz PS/2 wireless optical ever made... most wireless mice that still support PS/2 are 27mhz ones that start to quit working about 6' away from the receiver.
I wanted to take the converter approach so i could just go with standard hardware. i have tried the following adapters:
Startech PS22USB PS/2 to USB Adapter- keyboard works, mouse does strange stuff. Works well with Amiga 1200 and lyra2 adapter and mouse adapter. This adapter does not work with any wireless USB mice or KB, so that makes it not so good but for me, i use it on a KVM switch with my minimig and just use a separate mouse.
MINICOM 0DT60002 PS2 TO USB CONVERTER - mouse works flawlessly on minimig but keyboard frequently misses keys or repeats making it unusable. Works perfectly with my 1200 setup (lyra2) and also works with even the most modern USB wireless mouse, wireless mouse/kb combo, and multiple mice. worth every penny (was like $90) for my 1200.
so i wish the minimig PS/2 mouse/KB was more tolerant of the protocols.
Don't know if this information is interesting or not, and if this topic can be the right place
I have successfully tested this wireless Keyboard / Mouse Pack with the minimig...Logitech EX110
Before I have tested some Trust
model that doesn't work properly.
I Managed to find (and buy) one of these wireless keyboards/mice the other day. Thanks for the heads up. It's not getting any easier finding ps/2 stuff..