off wrote:how much is left of the one you sacrificed? enough to make a tenkeyless out of?
Mrinterface wrote:The print is intact, the outer shell, metal plate and keycaps are all there, I just harvested the switches......off wrote:how much is left of the one you sacrificed? enough to make a tenkeyless out of?
Why? Are you willing to spend time to revive it? Where would you get those dampened white alps from?
Dafuq is the brand behind that (and how do clicky alps feel when used in an arcade button)?!nfc wrote:You can never imagine where it is possible to find Alps nowadays
Count me interested; first mechanical I've used (in my 'mechanical keyboard fase' at least) is an 101w, but that has been botched up so bad it's not even funny anymore, and it did pique my interest enough to go on this journey so far seems to be quite an expensive timesink..clickykeyboards wrote:Is there any interest in the black Dell AT101Ws (GYUM90SK). I found a few decent, used keyboards recently. ..
could probably make one keyboard work with the parts from the others. ..
rather than add them to the garbage before I take off for my summer research sabbatical. ..
Whoever would like them for $8 + costs of USPS shipping can have them.
clickykeyboards wrote:The weight of complete black AT101W in a cardboard box is 4.2 pounds.
International shipping from New York to the Netherlands via USPS international priority mail would be $50+.
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