IDENTIFY THE KEYBOARD thread

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AJM

21 May 2020, 17:51

Keybug wrote:
27 Mar 2020, 13:49
AJM wrote:
25 Mar 2020, 20:33
This button is connected to the long weird feet under the keyboard. On my keyboard one of the feet wiggles, when I press it. Either something is stuck or I don't press hard enough. I'll find out, when I have the time to open and clean it.
An ingenious mechanism to lower the feet without turning over the keyboard?! Wow...
It's quite a nifty construction. Here's a video of the mechanics and 2 pictures of my cleaned keyboard:
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fohat
Elder Messenger

22 May 2020, 01:44

Hausen wrote:
20 May 2020, 19:22

Does someone know this keyboard ? And the switches that are being used?
I think that I had a buckling spring knock-off that looked like that many years ago.

It was dramatically inferior to an IBM and caps and parts were not interchangeable..

Lekrafter

23 May 2020, 05:00

What would this one be?
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mike52787
Alps Aficionado

23 May 2020, 05:11

Silitek dome with slider

Lekrafter

23 May 2020, 05:14

And what about this one?
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RiverDax

Yesterday, 00:22

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This is all the info I have

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PlacaFromHell

Yesterday, 00:41

RiverDax wrote:
Yesterday, 00:22
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This is all the info I have
Philips P2000C, but no idea about the switches.

RiverDax

Yesterday, 01:27

Thanks, someone also help with identifying

https://www.old-computers.com/museum/co ... st=1&c=846

HC514

Today, 00:15

RiverDax wrote:
Yesterday, 00:22
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Looks like it's related to this one.

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