Japan Computer Corp (JCC) SMK KB3000

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Japan Computer Corp (JCC) SMK KB3000

Unread post by JP! » 21 Dec 2018, 15:06

Thanks to Noobmaen for identifying this keyboard before it arrived. Basically this is a different branded version of the "Tulip SMK series" and has white SMK inverse cross mount switches which are tactile, just as described in the Wiki.

I haven't found much about Japan Computer Corp (JCC) or their computers except for one website in Japanese - https://www.okqubit.net/machines/jcc.html
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Never seen a keyboard with E-XT/E-AT options before.
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The last screw to open the keyboard up is inaccessible under this pristine label :(
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Also Chryos' video on these switches but my experience is slightly different in that the keys on my board sound and feel consistent for the most part but they certainly are on the loud side.
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mcmaxmcmc

Unread post by mcmaxmcmc » 21 Dec 2018, 23:59

Very interesting... nice caps too. Great find.

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Elrick

Unread post by Elrick » 23 Dec 2018, 00:23

JP! wrote: Also Chryos' video on these switches but my experience is slightly different in that the keys on my board sound and feel consistent for the most part but they certainly are on the loud side.
That is what makes your keyboard truly BRILLIANT. The louder it is, the better it feels ;) .

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Phulax

Unread post by Phulax » 27 Dec 2018, 20:05

That is a sleek keyboard!

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