Can anyone identify this old keyboard ?

wanderhoden

13 Aug 2020, 20:54

i dont have it right now ... here some pics from the seller ....a price tag would be also helpfull :)

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Findecanor

13 Aug 2020, 21:14

Hmm. A search on the FCC ID reveals that the manufacturer had been Ming Cheng Trading Co. in Taiwan.
Apparently they made only this keyboard and a 84-key one.
I dunno what types of switches it contains.

wanderhoden

13 Aug 2020, 21:30

i asked for a under the keycap shot .... here is what i got
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Myoth

13 Aug 2020, 21:32

looks like SKCM Blues, you win the switch lottery this time :D grab it quick !

wanderhoden

13 Aug 2020, 21:33

again O.O

wanderhoden

13 Aug 2020, 21:34

what should i pay? i want to pay him a fair price
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-Space-NATO-

13 Aug 2020, 21:52

oh boy

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ddrfraser1

13 Aug 2020, 22:01

Oh yeah, I recognize that keyboard. It's called a winner.

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Redmaus
Gotta start somewhere

13 Aug 2020, 22:50

wanderhoden wrote:
13 Aug 2020, 21:34
what sould i pay? i want to pay him a fair price
Pay him $50 before he starts searching blue alps on ebay.

wanderhoden

13 Aug 2020, 23:04

Redmaus wrote:
13 Aug 2020, 22:50
wanderhoden wrote:
13 Aug 2020, 21:34
what sould i pay? i want to pay him a fair price
Pay him $50 before he starts searching blue alps on ebay.
i told him allrdy that he might have blue alps and there is a high demand for :D
he wanted to sold the keyboard with the pc and was allrdy asking for 50 bucks ...he got a 2. one to with a wierd sanyo keyboard
here have a look plz
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and i found an other seller ....that keyboard look Interesting to !
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Findecanor

13 Aug 2020, 23:33

The last one is a Cherry G80-1800. Those are pretty common and not very interesting,

wanderhoden

13 Aug 2020, 23:47

Findecanor wrote:
13 Aug 2020, 23:33
The last one is a Cherry G80-1800. Those are pretty common and not very interesting,
thanks for helping me out :D

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