Accodata Keycat

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Accodata Keycat Mouse Keyboard
Part number 65840
FCC ID HMN2YZKEYCAT
Branding Accodata, Amtac
Manufacturer Powersource Computer Systems
Keyswitches Alps SKCM Blue, Four-tab clone, Dome with slider
Interface DIN, Serial
Weight Unknown
Years of production ~1988
Price $99 (1989)[1]

The Accodata Keycat Mouse Keyboard is a keyboard with integrated trackball. It features double-shot keycaps and versions have been observed with Alps SKCM Blue, four-tab clone and dome with slider keyswitches.[2][3][4][5][6]

Amtac (Long Island City, NY) sold this keyboard under their own brand, as the Amtac Keycat.[1]

The keycaps are UKF DS03.

Pictures

US ISO version

External links

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Google Books — PC Magazine, December 12, 1989 (Oddball Keyboards, pp. 260–270)
  2. eBay - Accodata Keycat II Vintage Mechanical Trackball Keyboard Archived 2019-01-16.
  3. eBay - Full resolution image of the four-tab clone switch from the eBay listing Archived 2019-01-16.
  4. Geekhack forums - SOLD Accodata Keycat (Alps SKCM Blues) $69.99 + shipping Archived 2019-01-16.
  5. Reddit - picked up an Accodata Keycat II, need help identifying switches? Dated 2018-05-13. Retrieved 2019-01-16.
  6. Imgur - Image of the dome with slider from the Reddit post Archived 2019-01-16.