How to use an ADB Mouse and Keyboard with only one ADB port?

I picked up an old PowerMac G3. The keyboard and mouse are both ADB, however there's only one ADB port and the keyboard does'nt have a port on it. What to do?
questfarAsked:
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strungConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I think this is your solution:


6inch Mini4 Male to Two Female Macintosh ADB Splitter Cable
Connects two ADB devices such as mouse and keyboard to any Macintosh computers with an ADB port. (Connectors: Mini4 Male to 2 Female; Length: 6inch)

http://www.bestcableforless.com/search_mouse.asp?txtFrom=SF  (scroll down near the bottom or search the page for ADB)
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strungCommented:
I would suggest that you get a USB mouse.
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questfarAuthor Commented:
I wish, no USB port!!
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strungCommented:
Are you sure there is no ADB port hidden on the keyboard somewhere? What brand and model is it? I have never heard of an ADB keyboard without a port.
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questfarAuthor Commented:
Yeah I thought that was weird too, I've looked over every tiny area of both the tower and keyboard for another port, but nothing, a splitter will do,

Thanks
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