I havent seen this board posted on DT, nor documented in the Wiki so I thought I would share. Now to start, yes the actual name of the keyboard is IBIMAINT Junior, which is a legit company
https://www.trademarkia.com/uk/ibimaint ... 431788.htm
According to this, it seems that IBI MAINT was an Italian company which did installation, maintenance, and repair computer hardware&software. I imagine that this keyboard was made for them. Still find it hilarious that an anagram from the name is "IBM I AINT". Yes my sense of humour is juvenile, let's move on to the keyboard
First off, don't worry the board is now not the same as the pic you see above. That was how I got it initially, it is in a much better state now I reckon
What i did do to it:
Also on the PCB you can see DYTCOM, which is abbreviation of Dah Yang Tech Company. Dah YAng did manufacture lots of Unitech stuffs in the past, so it makes sense. See the K-260 for another reference of Unitech board made by Dah Yang
So I believe that this board can be categorized as Unitech K-973. Of course in the picture of the pcb you can see K973, also on the back of the label.
Stabs are cherry style, not costar. woo hoo, i do believe that this was rather a high end product from Unitech. Whether or not this is high end enough to you, that is up to preferences i guess.
Keycaps were pretty well made, and in cherry/DSC profile. Thinner than og double shot cherry, but the print quality is very good. Maybe it is printed, i am not sure yet. The caps were obviously yellowed, which suggests that they are made of ABS. However, it is definitely not pad printed, and the letter does sink in the cap. Over all, very sharp and nice quality i have to say