Sony OA-S3400 Keyboard (Fujitsu Magnetic Reed)

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JP!

27 Nov 2019, 01:15

I also just got this and was pleasantly surprised as the photos I have from the seller were quite poor but was hoping it would be something decent :D . Not sure sure what computer this went to but was at least able to find that the switches are the cross reed variant of Fujitsu's Magnetic Reed switches. Also precisely as described they are very smooth linear switches.

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zrrion

27 Nov 2019, 01:45

That thing looks fantastic, would be trivial to convert, and has a very agreeable layout! That is a fantastic find

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JP!

27 Nov 2019, 02:14

zrrion wrote:
27 Nov 2019, 01:45
That thing looks fantastic, would be trivial to convert, and has a very agreeable layout! That is a fantastic find
:D That's good to hear. Of the keyboards I got today this one stood out and is the only one I would commission having a case made and could see myself using. I really love the design of these switches.

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JP!

01 Dec 2019, 07:28

Looks like Haata beat me to this one as well. Apparently this is a Sony OA-S3400 Keyboard.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/triplehaa ... 1805766530

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wiki/Sony_OA-S3400_Word_Processor

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