|Features||Programmable, 125/126 keys, n-key rollover.|
|Interface||AT and PS/2|
|Years of production||1990s|
The Cherry G80-2100 is a programmable keyboard and connects to machines using both the AT and the PS/2 protocol.
This keyboard is programmable and has got full n-key rollover. It is possible to use it with both the AT and PS/2 protocol.
The black legends are mostly double-shot, while the Cherry key and LED-window keys are pad-printed and clear-coated.
Programming goes via the Cherry key. With the Layer key, it is possible to switch between 10 layers which can be programmed independently. Both switches contain super-stiff springs, to avoid unintended key presses. Further up is a 3rd key with that super-stiff spring: The Print ey. An earlier version of this keyboard had these keys in a less prominent but more suitable place: In the function rows.
- G80-2100 HDD (German layout, black switches)
- G80-2100 HDF (French layout, black switches)
- G80-2100 HDU (US layout with big-ass enter, black switches)
How to Disassemble
For disassembling, see at Category:Cherry terminal keyboards.