What keyboard is this?

adinrichter

21 Oct 2019, 22:44

Trying to find the keyboard/portable computer model of this thing. There's no text on the back, and it uses a 5 Pin Dinn cable. Any help would be great, thanks!
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ppCircle

21 Oct 2019, 23:03

Those are blue alps or clones?

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//gainsborough
ALPSの日常

21 Oct 2019, 23:21

Those are genuine blue alps! You can tell because of the long retention tabs on the side of the switch. That's a very cool board! Color me jealous.

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ppCircle

21 Oct 2019, 23:26

Yea i am jealous too.
Hard to tell what is this. I found zero info about that keyboard. Maybe its first documented.
Style looks like ibm, or rabbit.
It's AT/XT?
We need more photos. Back, inside etc. Pcb can tell us much.

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User101

21 Oct 2019, 23:31

ppCircle wrote:
21 Oct 2019, 23:26
Yea i am jealous too.
Hard to tell what is this. I found zero info about that keyboard. Maybe its first documented.
Style looks like ibm, or rabbit.
It's AT/XT?
We need more photos. Back, inside etc. Pcb can tell us much.
Well it uses the at layout

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ppCircle

21 Oct 2019, 23:34


Well it uses the at layout
But it can also work on at

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User101

21 Oct 2019, 23:40

ppCircle wrote:
21 Oct 2019, 23:34

Well it uses the at layout
But it can also work on at
You have any converter?

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Chyros

22 Oct 2019, 09:57

Based on the look of the caps, I heavily suspect it's Chicony OEM.

Lovely board, and looks super clean too, congrats! :D

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CL4P-TP

22 Oct 2019, 10:32

The lock lights are the same as my Dytcom K-261, it may have been made by Dah Yang

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