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I’d definitely agree that IBM Model Ms are probably the most consistent product for a certain standard of quality and price. So I’m not sure if the keyboad connector is called an “AT connector” or not. You have to assume that trial-error is going to be part of the process of finding a board that works for you. Take a look at the layout of a Model F sometime. Modern keyboard tech advances have mainly had to do with wireless interfaces, snazzy looks, and making cheap crud cheaper.

IBM Lenovo Ps2 Model Sk-8820 Wired Computer Keyboard

I completely forgot about the Omnikey that would be a killer beginner board! One day I’ll get one of sk-880 unicomps with the clit mouse. I have used Model M keyboards with integrated trackballs.

Looking at my old thread again, I remember from the pictures that I was still using my “quiet touch” IBM Model M keyboard at work at the time. There are some other model numbers, but they get kind of complicated, pretty sure we keybozrd a wiki on it. What I’m looking for is a keyboard for typing to introduce mechanical keyboards to a friend, not for me, so has to not look like the Chicony. Problem is, about 5 years ago I switched over to a Euronomic keyboard on the advise of my doctor, and I’ve grown in love with it.


Unicomp sells a model made specifically for Macs. I’ve been very tempted to order one of those Unicomp keyboards for a long time, now. That’s not to say that they’re perfect.

How do I know this? I can only assume that this commonality of design spans the entire year lifetime. You can try Alps and ebay cherry roulette, but if you like clicky, just get IBM Model M if you’re keybooard cheap cost wise. Posted Fri Mar 14, 2: Not bad considering that originally I wasn’t sure whether to toss it.

I don’t mean that Unicomp just bought the Model M copyrights which they did and rights to use the buckling spring design which they did and began innovating with new designs only marginally related to the older Model M which they did notattempting only to capitalize on brand recognition of which there is little, I fear. Granted, kkeyboard expensive keyboards, but I think they’re worth it: Don’t worry, you’ll already know how to use it; keyboards haven’t changed very much since It would come up to euro in all I think.

I’d be happy to pay the price for it if it lasts a while. Surprisingly The Google redirect virus was my hardest battle to date, I was wrestling with that one for a few weeks. This item may be a floor model or kegboard return that has been used. Everything else will always be hit or miss, and thats okay so long as you have good return policy from vendor.


Posted Fri Mar 14, 7: Have You Played Atari Today? The key keyboard is the same US layout as the original key, but it includes the Windows keys.

Now at the same time I researched and bought an IBM Model M keyboard from the first year keyobard their production which is -a really good year for me. No blacks, no blues.

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The attractiveness of Real Keyboards faded with the arrival of mouse-based user interfaces. So now with a fast Windows 7 sj-8820 I have the cheap-ass bendy, squishy not the good kind of squishy between a girls legs either keyboard that is responsive but hard to type on, for several reasons like keys that move considerable from side to side, black harder to see key placements. Learn more – opens in a new window or tab. These mainstream ‘boards, all with one or another variant of the simple and quiet rubber dome switch idea, are perfectly OK for people who don’t type much.