koralatov wrote:On the plus-side, it has double-shot Cherry caps, so you shouldn’t have any problems selling them on.
They could be mounted upside down, but then again, it doesn't look like there's "Cherry" printed on those.RC-1140 wrote:as nobody else has said it, and you apparently don't know: these look like platemounted Cherry MX Blacks. But they look like clones. Real Cherry MX switches would have the Cherry Logo on top of the casing, and an opening, in which a jumper wire, or a diode is placed.
JBert wrote:That's something you'd normally ask in the How much is my ____ worth? thread in the marketplace...
Quite frankly, I don't have any idea. You might check what the unstepped caps lock key looks like on the underside to see if it fits a modern keyboard, but that "bigass" enter key likely won't fit anywhere.
if it was real ANSI i would take it off you but the model F AT style enter and esc is a bit of a pain
leoblack9 wrote:And I'm quite curious why there weren't that many mechanical keyboards that have those huge enter keys, as most rubber domes I've had all had huge enter keys.