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SM-101 refers to a keyboard from Alps using Alps buckling spring switches. It is unclear if there is a consistent model number between versions; the US ANSI version is branded as the Alps SM-101 but also bears model KFNLEA901 on the rear label.
- US ANSI (SM-101), with an example appearing to be marked April 1991
- UK ISO, with examples dating from ca. 1989 (RM-branded) and ca. 1992 (C-Itoh branded)
- JIS in the form of the Sega HTR-2106