Bin number one
Storage for IBM Model M's part one
Interesting Memorex terminal style board with AT plug, saw one on eBay for $40 once. Rubber dome
Four Dell AT101W's
Wierd brand "Leading Edge"
Colorful HP keyboard, rubber dome
Help button instead of Escape button
Escape button on the right side of the keyboard?
Ctrl above shift?
Panasonic "Business Partner"
Somehow I believe that the dirt covering Business Partner may have some hidden symbolism to it, but maybe I am looking into things too deeply...
An ALPS brand keyboard? Gee I wonder what kind of switches it has...
Uh... Feels like rubber dome. Not sure though.
End result? Awesome.
Chincony, have about three or four of these
Others stored in my garage (a lot of that redbull has been consumed due to the sorting of these)
Others along the wall
Old military board? Metal AT connector, have seen these on eBay before but don't know what they are.
Interesting keys on it!
Not old or that interesting, but was the only keyboard with an integrated mouse, so I took it.
Two Apple Extended II's (turns out I hate the switches on them, don't know why, maybe the dampened ALPS isn't my thing)
Back of my car is filled with the RJ-35 IBM boards and 122 key terminals. Imagine those back seats folded down then boards filled to the top of the car.
One IBM 122 key terminal had this sticker on it, made me smile
Your average IBM Rubber dome RJ-11 keyboard right?
No! It has buckling springs! Haven't seen any like this before!
Speedomax 25000, loved the name
Interesting keys though
A DEC keyboard?
I found about 4 of these
IBM Model M's part one, from picture shown previously.
All of the IBM Model M Terminal and others (with built in cords that have been ripped off) from my car's trunk photo earlier
Zenith board (blurry sorry)