guilleguillaume wrote:I'm interested in editing the HHKB category from the wiki but I'm worried about breaking something.
I want to add info of the HHKB PRO JP but when I press Edit it opens a window and I don't know what should I do
This keyboard is a clone of the [[IBM 122 key 3270 Emulator]] and connects to [[PC]]s using either the [[PS/2]] or the [[AT]] protocol.
[[File:G80-2550_handbag.jpg|376px|thumb|center|The [[Caps Lock]] key shows a stylised handbag and a blue down arrow as found on German Cherry keyboards.]]
This keyboard is not programmable!
It is possible to use it with either AT or PS/2.
It is not n-key rollover.
*G80-2550 HPD (German IBM 3270 terminal emulator layout, black switches)
==How to Disassemble==
For disassembling, see: [[http://deskthority.net/wiki/Category:Cherry_Terminal_Keyboards#How_to_open How to Disassemble]]
[[G80-2100]] and [[G80-2510]].
[[Category:Cherry G80 Series]]
[[Category:Keyboards with Cherry MX switches]]
[[Category:Cherry Terminal Keyboards]]
[[Category:Big Terminal Keyboards]]
This glossary and list of abbreviations is nowhere near complete, so feel free to add any terms that seem relevant to you.
== A ==
;AT: Synonym for the 5-pin DIN connector that is electrically and protocol-wise (but not mechanically) identical to the PS/2-conncector, or 6-pin Mini-DIN connector. In the original IBM PC, PC/XT and PC/AT, as well as the Amiga, it was used as the connector for the computer keyboard cable.
== N ==
;NIB: New in box, meaning that the item that is NIB is either really new, i.e. just a few days old and never used, or older but never used as well. Older things that are labeled NIB, are often 'new old stock'.
== P ==
;PS/2: The PS/2 connector is a 6-pin Mini-DIN connector used for connecting some keyboards and mice to a PC compatible computer system. Its name comes from the IBM Personal System/2 series of personal computers, with which it was introduced in 1987.
== U ==
;USB: Universal Serial Bus (USB) is an industry standard developed in the mid-1990s that defines the cables, connectors and communications protocols used in a bus for connection, communication and power supply between computers and electronic devices.
ripster wrote:Some other dude here really got into it.
But never did anything about it.
In America we do and ask questions later.
ripster wrote:Mine too.
Just use the watermark. Or put it in using Verdana if it's an old pic. Futura if you must. Never Comic Sans.
webwit wrote:Add entries here?
webwit wrote:The wiki entry says the Cherry G80-3700 numpad is an ongoing series:
This Cherry page has labeled it obsolete however:
http://www.cherrycorp.com/english/keybo ... /index.htm
So the wiki entry should be updated, but does anybody know the year it was declared obsolete? I just found it by accident.
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