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I have too many Wyse keyboards! 20% off all used stock priced over $25 if you buy 25 or more keyboards. Use code WYSE20OFF at checkout. https://www.elecshopper.com/input-devices/keyboards.html?manufacturer=52 Offer ends 27 Aug 2018.
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Apparently the buy 25 keyboards is not too popular, unless you are harvesting switches, and the shipping right now kills that. So, let's try a different way.

Buy ANY 5 used keyboards priced over $25 and get 20% off!

Use code 5GETS20 at checkout. Offer ends 28 Aug 2018.

https://www.elecshopper.com/input-devices/keyboards.html

Also, you can subscribe to the RSS feeds (including all applicable sales) here

https://www.elecshopper.com/rss/

To make it easier to find what you want, look in the column on the left. You might need to scroll quite a ways down to see all the options. You can select by switch, manufacturer, layout, condition, category, price, and color.

If you use the search function, less is better. IBM Keyboard will return ALL keyboards. Just IBM will get you only products made by IBM, and then you can select Input devices -> keyboards on the left.
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elecplus wrote:Apparently the buy 25 keyboards is not too popular, unless you are harvesting switches, and the shipping right now kills that. So, let's try a different way.

The offer might not be too popular because neither of the coupons seem to work - just a heads up :) (unless I'm doing something wrong).

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OK, fixed. You have to be logged in for the discount to take effect. You must buy a minimum of 5 keyboards, but they need not be the same keyboards.
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Ah, thanks!
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Those are all keyboards from old typewriters.
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XMIT wrote:Those are all keyboards from old typewriters.

From Canon AP200 typewirters
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I just bought an AT101w and a Wyse WY-30 keyboard from you. Excited for them to arrive!
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IBM 3178 in kinda rough shape, missing blue switch but all caps complete
https://www.elecshopper.com/ibm-5640987-model-f-keyboard-for-3178-terminal.html
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Any luck finding Alps chassis?
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abrahamstechnology wrote:Any luck finding Alps chassis?

Which Alps chassis? Almost all the keyboards I bought are still on the east coast. Too many to fit in the car, so they are coming in on a pallet.
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abrahamstechnology wrote:Any luck finding Alps chassis?

Which Alps chassis? Almost all the keyboards I bought are still on the east coast. Too many to fit in the car, so they are coming in on a pallet.

Any kind.
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IBM 5140, bad screen, exceptionally clean inside
https://www.elecshopper.com/ibm-5140-notebook-for-parts-or-repair.html
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Surprised these 2 are not yet claimed. Do the prices seem unreasonable? Feedback appreciated!
If you are in Russia or most Asian countries, I will ship, but you will need a proxy.
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elecplus wrote:Surprised these 2 are not yet claimed. Do the prices seem unreasonable? Feedback appreciated!
If you are in Russia or most Asian countries, I will ship, but you will need a proxy.

Did you get my email from a day or two ago?
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elecplus wrote:Surprised these 2 are not yet claimed. Do the prices seem unreasonable? Feedback appreciated!
If you are in Russia or most Asian countries, I will ship, but you will need a proxy.

Did you get my email from a day or two ago?

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I believe this is what you wanted?
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Hi,

Yes, that's the Wyse 30 keyboard that I was talking about. Do you have one of these in really great shape with all keys (including the spacebar) present and working smoothly?
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Hypersphere wrote:Hi,

Yes, that's the Wyse 30 keyboard that I was talking about. Do you have one of these in really great shape with all keys (including the spacebar) present and working smoothly?

I don't have a way to test it, but yes, there are 3 of them. This is the best looking one.
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The Wyse 30 looks like a nice one. However, unfortunately, I have already exceeded my keyboard spending budget for the next 3 months or so, and Wyse boards are a low priority for me (although the vintage Cherry mx black switches on those boards are usually incredibly smooth).
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Are the 1397000s actually key by key reprogrammable? I know they are "programmable" in that they are one of the few keyboards that support the PS/2 command 0xF0 which allows the host to set the Scan Code set, but I am unaware of any facility to program the scan codes on a key by key basis.
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Engicoder wrote:Are the 1397000s actually key by key reprogrammable? I know they are "programmable" in that they are one of the few keyboards that support the PS/2 command 0xF0 which allows the host to set the Scan Code set, but I am unaware of any facility to program the scan codes on a key by key basis.

Please see here https://www.seasip.info/VintagePC/ibm_1397000.html.
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elecplus wrote:IBM 5140, bad screen, exceptionally clean inside
https://www.elecshopper.com/ibm-5140-notebook-for-parts-or-repair.html

This one is now sold!
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For those of you across the pond, Wodan has agreed to accept bulk boxes and distribute them. You pay me for the boards, and reimburse him for shipping and fees. New listings start approximately 1 week from next Friday. RSS is https://elecshopper.com/rss/. First come first served. Order from the site, and then send me a PM here to tell me to put in a Wodan box. I will refund the shipping costs from the ecommerce and u will reimburse Wodan for shipping and fees.
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